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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.

Cockroaches, geckos as escape artists

June 08, 2012 by Bay Nature

New cockroach behavior discovered by University of California, Berkeley, biologists secures the insect’s reputation as one of nature’s top escape

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Off-leash dog harasses coyotes

May 16, 2012 by Bay Nature

After “not getting the message
” about how to behave around coyotes, San Francisco Animal Care and Control released this

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Joan Hamilton on state parks’ future

May 09, 2012 by Bay Nature

Writer Joan Hamilton spoke with interviewer Henry Tenenbaum on KRON4 Sunday, May 6 about the state parks closures slated for

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Sea lions return to open seas

May 03, 2012 by Bay Nature

A month after he was found malnourished and disoriented in the middle of a dangerous ferry commuter crossing, Al Catraz

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Mission Blue Butterflies expanding range

April 25, 2012 by Bay Nature

The endangered Mission Blue Butterfly is beginning to thrive in new areas of San Francisco, including Twin Peaks where restoration

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Freed eagle back home in the wild

April 12, 2012 by Bay Nature

As we reported earlier,  a golden eagle recently set to the skies over Las Trampas Regional Wilderness near San Ramon.

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Lone wolf OR7 appears in California

March 08, 2012 by Bay Nature

The lone, male wolf that’s been making its mark on California history as the first to show in 88 years

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The SF Bay vs.The Bag

February 17, 2012 by Bay Nature

Each year, Bay Area residents discard the equivalent of 10,000 kitchen bags of trash into the San Francisco Bay. What

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National Geographic birding show launches

January 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

And you thought birding was for introverted, quiet types. The premier of “Aerial Assassins” on Friday night on National Geographic

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Monitoring coho salmon

January 12, 2012 by Bay Nature

Coho salmon once numbered in the tens of thousands but estimates now put them at fewer than 500. Dry weather

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