What remains of Sonoma and Napa’s natural landscapes is still unknown as open space personnel attend to human losses.
Moths often get sidelined as the country cousins of butterflies. But they have their own beauty and utility as some of the best pollinators around.
When temperatures crank up, an unusual ecological adaptation begins to play out among our native Monterey pine. We explain why in our latest installment of our reader-funded Ask The Naturalist column.
On the Trail
Western Sycamores Speak of an Older California
In Livermore, a writer walks leisurely among the sycamore alluvial woodland.
Exploring the East Bay Regional Parks
Hiking With Dad: A Daughter Helps Her Father Explore the Accessibility of the East Bay Parks
When Kathleen Richards’ father had a stroke, she set out into the parks to let nature aid his recovery.
You’ve heard of the Steller’s jay and the Steller’s sea lion. What about Georg Steller?