Meet the Salt Marsh 3, a trio of marsh plants specially adapted to live in the brine.
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Pelicans don’t, as you may have heard, stick their spines out of their mouths. They do, however, do some pretty crazy yawn-stretching. From John Muir Laws.
Inspiration for all your hiking, paddling, camping and other outdoor activities in the Bay this summer.
Why do some animals’ eyes shine at night? John Muir Laws explains.
You can use thrushes as a sort of seasonal calendar, as they fly in and out of the Bay Area.
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Every now and then, the ocean sneaks up on the land, with a wave that’s bigger than all the rest. Scientists are working out where these dangerous waves come from.
Maybe it helps them hunt. Maybe not. From the sketchbook of John Muir Laws.
How to identify individual cetaceans in the San Francisco Bay.
The sugarstick is a parasitic plant that relies on the Western Matsutake mushroom.