Naturalist John Muir Laws illustrates the great herring migration in the San Francisco Bay
What is waste for a coyote is a resource for a moth.
Ghost moth caterpillars attack yellow bush lupine. But the plant has an ally to fight back.
Naturalist John Muir Laws explains bird feathers that look shiny or iridescent.
Black skimmers frequent the waters at the Radio Road ponds in Redwood Shores.
Hidden biodiversity beneath a canopy of coyote bush on a windswept ridge of San Bruno Mountain
Jack Laws brings us a guide SF Bay wildlife just in time for the America’s Cup.
John Muir Laws turns his naturalist’s eye and paintbrushes to the hound’s tongue, one of our early spring bloomers.
Illustrator John Muir Laws watches the birds grab their dinner on an ebb tide.
Stilts and avocets are common San Francisco Bay shorebirds. Here’s how to tell them apart.