Pandemic, civil rights protests, fires, election, and oh yes, possibly the second driest calendar year on record.
San Francisco records back-to-back fully dry Octobers for the second time in 170 years.
This fall and winter offer opportunities to see many of the most beloved astronomical phenomena, if you just look up.
A North Bay birder on a field trip to the coast on September 9 found a four-foot salmon shark washed up dead at Doran Beach, in Bodega Bay. It’s the second stranding of a salmon shark in the last month … Read more
While county and national parks remain open, the state is restricting access at its Northern California beaches
Literacy for Environmental Justice has worked with youth and nature in San Francisco for two decades.
After an absence of many decades, Chinook salmon swim up the Guadalupe River in San José most winters. The fish look for places to lay eggs and often find them. If there’s enough water left in the dry season, their … Read more
Bored at home? Learn how to train common flies to ride on your finger like miniature falcons.
After a foggy few weeks at the Farallon Islands, 25 miles west of San Francisco, Saturday turned clear. The five biologists who have been living and working on Southeast Farallon Island since March 30 walked the rickety path up to … Read more
A Q&A with Bay Area birder John Robinson about race, access, and birding.