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Mammals Caught on Hidden Camera Visiting the Diablo Burn Area

July 01, 2014 by Joan Hamilton

A team of researchers, with a grant from Save Mount Diablo, has installed hidden cameras in a variety of plots around the Mount Diablo burn area to see what sort of large wildlife shows up.

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Who builds those stick houses, anyway? Woodrats!

May 10, 2013 by Dan Rademacher

Stewart Gilbert of San Rafael writes to ask: “Who makes these homes built out of sticks? They’re very common at ...

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Are deer twins common?

March 03, 2013 by Dan Rademacher

Are deer twins common? Turns out, yes, even though any individual twin fawn is less likely to survive than its singleton cousins. What gives, nature?

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Worth a Dam

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Worth a Dam works to maintain the population of beavers in the Martinez, CA, area through stewardship, problem-solving, community involvement, and education.

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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Provides care and rehabilitation of injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife in Silicon Valley. Also conducts education programs to help people better coexist with wildlife.

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Wildcare

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Based in downtown San Rafael, Wildcare combines wildlife rescue and rehabilitation with education programs to teach people about living with wildlife.

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US Fish & Wildlife Service – California & Nevada

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service established Region 8, formerly the California and Nevada Operations Office (CNO), in 1998 in recognition of the unique natural resource challenges facing California, Nevada, and the Klamath Basin.

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University Press Books

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

"Since 1974, University Press Books has carried titles for readers and scholars, gardeners and environmentalists, children and adults. We have sections on California Native Flora, Natural History, Botany, and more. We order from 150 publishers, as well as stocking all of theUniversity of California Press's Natural History Guides series. Our author events are held around our Great Table, frequently featuring discussions about our natural world, from owls to lichens, political geography to plant galls. "

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Sulphur Creek Nature Center

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Sulphur Creek Nature Center is a wildlife education and rehabilitation facility whose mission is to promote the conservation of local environmental resources by fostering an appreciation and understanding of the animals in the world around us, and encouraging peaceful coexistence between people and native wildlife by serving as a community resource for wildlife issues.

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SFGate Outdoors

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The SF Chronicle's Outdoors section

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