Eden Landing’s 6,400 acres of salt ponds are being restored to marsh and shorebird habitat, and now welcome human visitors.
Her children are all grown up but they still enjoy family hikes in the Bay Area and beyond.
A Backup Plan for the Delta Smelt
The search for a backup plan as the Delta Smelt nears extinction in the wild.
Gateway to the Delta
I’m in another world from the moment I step into the East Bay Regional Park District’s Big Break Regional Shoreline. Here on the edge of the Delta in eastern Contra Costa County, birds sing and soar overhead, cottonwood leaves rustle … Read more
A Nature Quest on Corona Heights
Next time you and your kids head outdoors, you can combine fun, games, and learning to make that hike into a kid-centric adventure! We give it a try in San Francisco.
Book Review: Oaks in the Urban Landscape: Selection, Care, and Preservation
By Laurence R. Costello, Bruce W. Hagen, and Katherine S. Jones, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu), 2011, 265 pages, $55. As Californians continue moving into woodlands, we are loving our oak trees to death. Many native oaks are killed … Read more