No cartoonish farm animals here — California’s wild pigs disrupt natural and urban spaces alike.
It’s quite rare to see them in the Bay Area, but American minks range as far south as Sonoma and Contra Costa.
A coyote won’t pass up a free meal — so long as it’s safe.
Turkey vultures mate for life. Just like swans.
San Mateo County Park Ranger Sandra Corzantes has won Bay Nature’s 2018 Youth Engagement award.
The We Players theater group performs Romeo and Juliet at the Petaluma Adobe this summer.
“Natural history specimens can’t be replaced — there’s nothing like seeing the real thing,” taxidermist Alicia Goode says. “There are a lot of museums that still feel the same way. Would you take down a historical painting and replace it with an iPad?”
In the heart of Silicon Valley, the most reliable technology we have for monitoring West Nile virus is a bird domesticated in the Stone Age.
Gray foxes in the Bay Area: Where are they? What are they? The answer to both questions is surprisingly complicated. Fortunately, there’s “The Fox Guy.”
Through their numbers are on the right track, the condor population isn’t self-sustaining. Condors in the wild still face significant threats from lead poisoning and micro trash, and require constant monitoring — most of it by volunteers.