Limits on commercial dog walkers in the Presidio has some nature lovers questioning: Should they be allowed at all?
Volunteers are transforming Pedro Point, home to the new Devil’s Slide tunnels, into a healthier wildlife habitat that’s also a great outdoors destination.
Wildlife experts say to leave San Francisco’s adorable river otter alone a little bit.
Silently rising above the industry and commerce lining Highway 101 south of San Francisco is San Bruno Mountain, an area rich in biodiversity. What has allowed this gem to remain relatively undisturbed despite the development pressures lapping at its feet? … Read more
“Marine vomit” can be as vile as it sounds. The invasive marine invertebrate is fueling the debate about the future of Drakes Estero in time for this week’s ruling on oyster farming.
On the eve of the 100-year anniversary, the decision to drain Hetch Hetchy Valley to build a reservoir for San Francisco is still actively debated, even as the city’s dependence on the Sierra water has deepened.
It would seem a no-brainer in eco-minded San Francisco that a $195 million bond to spruce up city parks would get a thumbs up on election day. Which is why it’s surprising that environmental groups are against it.
Bay Area residents gathered on Crissy Field for the “Global Frackdown,” a protest rally against the growing use of shale drilling that’s raised environmental concerns.
South San Francisco may be “THE INDUSTRIAL CITY,” as stated on the hillside overlooking the town of warehouses and industrial parks on the outskirts of SFO. But nestled alongside Sign Hill Park, which hosts the moniker, is a patch of … Read more
As fascinating as bats are, they, like all wild creatures, come with a warning label. While rabies is far from on the rise among humans and domesticated animals in America, it still exists among wild animals, including bats. The recent … Read more