The failure of the spring rains this year may have something to do with woodpeckers foraging in Berkeley and San Francisco.
Advocates say SF is losing its urban forest because of a budget shortfall for tree maintenance.
Mount Tam? That’s yesterday’s high peak. A younger generation of hikers ascends Mission Peak instead.
Where does a thirsty bird go when the drought hits hard?
Was California’s record-breaking 2013-2015 drought a window into the future?
Three Bay Area counties —Santa Clara, Sonoma and Santa Cruz — have found a way to put these values of nature onto a balance sheet.
“I hear lion attacks are rare. Why would a mountain lion attack a child in the midst of a large group, as we’ve seen in the Santa Cruz Mountains last weekend?”
Beavers used to live across most of California before they were trapped out of existence. But could they be a solution to drought and climate change?
Conservation biologists are realizing that farmlands could play an important role in conservation.
Without rainwater, Farallon Islands research station is unable to function.