There used to be a pattern to species distribution in the Bay. Is there still?
Central Valley temperatures are expected to stick near 110 for the next three days, making life difficult for important crops.
A story about the life and legacy of celebrated scientist, conservationist and mentor Gordon Chan.
After 50,000 people made nearly 1.3 million observations worldwide, what was the most common species found in the Bay Area and in the world?
Drought returns to California, with a long fire season ahead.
In at least one tree species, scientists say the culprit appears to be a fungal pathogen.
In the early 1990s, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service reviewed the status of a rare coastal sand dune plant called the San Francisco lessingia, which grows only in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. The background the service … Read more
Ten days ago the state set new heat records and brush fires broke out. Burn areas in the Santa Cruz Mountains rekindled. Then, over the last three days, a 2,000-mile-long filament of water in the sky burst over the areas that last week sat brown and smoking.
Repatriation is much discussed and little practiced in the Bay Area. Why is it hard to return land?
After dipping below its potential “extinction threshold,” the beloved butterfly population crashed again in 2020.