Gosh—is it raining again? When you’d rather stay inside reading about rain than go out and get wet, here’s a pile of stories from our archives.
Bay Nature Staff
This Winter, Get Your Hands Dirty: Stewardship Volunteer Opportunities
Want to do more outdoors than play? The Bay Area is rich with protected habitat that needs tending. Discover your community and get outside while doing good. Reach out to these organizations, and check BayNature.org/events for more.
Bay Nature’s Most-Loved Stories in 2022
Stories about abalone, bobcats, underground rivers, newts, two-headed worms, out-of-place birds, acorns, shrews, moles, shrew-moles, and clams with a purpose.
A Warm Welcome to Bay Nature’s New Executive Director and Publisher
A note from Regina Starr Ridley, Bay Nature’s outgoing leader, introducing her successor, Wes Radez.
Announcing Bay Nature’s 2023 Local Heroes
Each year, Bay Nature recognizes remarkable local leaders and activists in conservation and nature
Species to Look For in Fall 2022
Elusive salamanders, flying spiders, shadowy sculpins, sapsuckers, lone-ranger bats, and waxy white snowberries.
Thanksgiving Week Outdoor Trips for the Bay Area
Learn about Bay Area parks to visit this Thanksgiving.
A Photo Birding List for the Regional Parks Botanic Garden
Photos of nine birds the Botanic Garden Survey Team has spotted in the garden in the last few years.
Bay Nature in 2020
Bay Nature’s top stories from an unusual year.
Parks and Health Officers Say Stay Home [Updated]
Editor’s Note: We’ll update this story as park conditions change. April 16 at 2:45 p.m.We strongly encourage anyone heading to a park to investigate and closely read up on the current restrictions as they apply to the specific park of … Read more