We post the best local nature videos we find from YouTube here, but Bay Nature also produces several kinds of videos and you can see them all here. Broadcast on Northern California public TV stations, our Bay Nature on the Air segments showcase the natural diversity of local ecosystems and natural attractions. You’ll also find videos of our naturalist-guided hikes and audio slideshows that inform you about Bay Area parks and wildlife.
September 20, 2013 by Alison Hawkes
Blue-footed boobies are turning up in Point Reyes after straying far from their normal range from the Galapagos Islands to the Sea of Cortez. The boobies, which are causing quite a stir among local birders, may be arriving on Northern California shores because of a collapse in their food supplies in Mexico. They were last seen […]
September 10, 2013 by Alison Hawkes
The Tuolumne River Trust released footage of the recent Rim Fire that burned through the Tuolumne River watershed. The group is now calling on Congress to pony up funding for a restoration effort to control erosion runoff into the river as the winter rainy season gets underway. The fire burned through precious wildlife habitat and […]
April 03, 2013 by Alison Hawkes
Peregrine falcons have returned for season No. 7 of webcasting on top of San Jose City Hall, a testament to how far the species has come since the ban on DDT, which nearly annihilated the predator birds. This particular falcon mama, Clara, has been the “matriarch-in-residence since the nest box was established by the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird […]