Just to show that you don’t necessarily need to go outside of urban San Francisco to enjoy Bay Area wildlife, Bay Nature is hosting a free public program at Black Oak Books in San Francisco on “Nature & the City.” The program, on Monday October 29, at 7:30 p.m., will be hosted by Bay Nature publisher Malcolm Margolin, author of East Bay Out and The Ohlone Way. Joining Malcolm will be author Rebecca Solnit (Wanderlust: A History of Walking and Savage Dreams: A Journey into the Landscape Wars of the American West); Nancy Morita, creator of the “Wild in the City” slideshow; Paul McHugh, outdoor editor for the San Francisco Chronicle; and Pete Holloran, former coordinator of the native plant revegetation program at the Presidio. Black Oak Books is at 540 Broadway in San Francisco; call (415) 986-3872 for directions.
Like this article?
There’s lots more where this came from…
Subscribe to Bay Nature magazine
Most recent in
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.
Ask the Naturalist | Wildlife: Invertebrates, Reptiles, Amphibians