Hannah Hindley

Hannah Hindley has spent the last decade working as a naturalist and wilderness guide along the West Coast, from the Sea of Cortez to Glacier Bay. She is a recipient of the Thomas Wood Award in Journalism, the New Conrads prize, the Bill Waller Award for Nonfiction, the Waterston Desert Writing Prize, and the Ellen Meloy Desert Writers Award. She writes about small creatures, big landscapes, and the scientists who love them. Find her at HannahHindley.com
sea otter

Sea Otters in San Francisco?


Ever since the 1930s, when an improbable remnant colony of sea otters was discovered off the rugged Big Sur coast after more than a century of intensive fur hunting, Californians have worked to bring the animals back from the edge … Read more

the fox called Mama Bold

How to Be a Fox


Bill Leikam has spent a dozen years learning the secrets of foxes in the Palo Alto Baylands.