The tide may be finally turning against the use of drift gillnets off California waters. WARNING: Disturbing images.
Lichens by nature are mottled and brittle looking. So how do you know when they are dead?
Yes, it’s been a dry year. But that’s not entirely a bad thing for annual natives like wildflowers, which are finding a rare opportunity to restore their seed banks.
Question: Will newts, frogs and salamanders be out in full force in the Bay Area this spring?
Black rails are one of the most secretive of birds. But new research is showing that the scurrying marshland species can pick up and move if it must.
Redwood trees rely on burl growth, more than they do seeds, to repopulate the species.
The rains have sent a strong signal to California newts — time to mate. A graceful, underwater mating dance is the prelude to this season’s replenishment of the species. (VIDEO)
Another success of the Endangered Species Act. The Santa Cruz cypress, a small evergreen, is doing well thanks to protections.
Famed National Geographic photographer David Liittschwager teams up to bring the power of “one cubic foot” to the masses.
Summer is upon us, and the rattlers are out. Or rather, you are. Which makes you much more vulnerable to running into one.