When I walked into Bay Nature’s office in February 2004, I had never run a magazine before. I was 29 years old. For the first year or two, it was often disconcerting when I’d meet authors, sources, or photographers in … Read more
Filmmaker Judy Irving set herself a goal to get a good shot of an endangered salt marsh harvest mouse. She did, and it’s Bay Nature’s July 2013 cover image.
State parks chief General Anthony Jackson told East Bay park activists that his department needs MBAs and that the whole parks community needs to diversify.
A western scrub-jay standing tall caught the eye of photographer Dave Strauss, and his photo gave us an occasion to celebrate the intelligence of jays, crows, and their relatives.
A new art installation at the Marine Mammal Center puts the focus on ghost nets — lost fishing gear that wreaks havoc in the ocean — and on what we can all do to make our oceans healthier.
The East Bay eucalyptus removal debate continues with public comment until June 17. We hear from experts on amphibians, raptors, and forest succession.
Oakland Museum taxidermist Alicia Goode has special insight into California wildlife.
Preservation Ranch is the biggest conservation deal in Sonoma County history, and it’s part of an even bigger deal. The key to the model? Carbon credits.
A plan for tree removal in the East Bay hills is open for public comment until June 17. We talk to a biologist, historian, gardener, land manager, and critic.
On May 31, the Oakland Museum will open its overhauled science gallery, the world’s largest museum exhibit focused on California’s habitats and wildlife.