>Archive : Wildcat Canyon Regional Park Archives -
July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
This park is a wonderful rustic getaway from the nearby east bay cities with stunning views and abundant wildlife.
January 01, 2005 by Gordy Slack
The East Bay is home to 44 creeks that drain into San Francisco Bay—from small but well-protected Wildcat Creek in the north to the 700 square miles of Alameda Creek’s watershed to the south.
April 01, 2003 by Sara Marcellino
Working under the umbrella of the El Sobrante Valley Defense Fund, the Canyon Park Friends of Open Space (CPFOS) has …
What ever happened to Alden Olmsted?
by Dhyana Levey
The Bay Area mothers around you
by Alison Hawkes
Butterflies in bloom
Local Hero: Cindy Moreno of WattzOn and Full Circle Farm
by David Loeb
by Paul Epstein
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Springtime Blooms on Mount Wanda
Join Bay Nature and the National Park Service for an interpretive walk at the John Muir National Historic site with park naturalist Fernando Villalba.
Help Cerrito Creek at Albany Hill
Help with spring maintenance along beautiful Cerrito Creek, in El Cerrito’s and Albany’s Creekside Parks. Big cow parsnip is blooming …
Sign and Scat: Evidence of Wildlife
Ever wonder “whose poop is that!?” Learn how to identify and better understand local wildlife by analyzing scat and signs …
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