When you’re the biggest bird in North America, it takes a little while to grow up. Illustrations by Jane Kim.
This issue’s almanac features barnacles, berries, Steller’s jays, and more.
This spring features ephemeral amphibians, sticky flowers, architectural bushtits, elusive not-cats, ocean drifters, and various antler enthusiasts.
Keep your eye out for these winter wonders.
Elusive salamanders, flying spiders, shadowy sculpins, sapsuckers, lone-ranger bats, and waxy white snowberries.
Bay Nature’s illustrated almanac for summer 2022.
An illustrated guide to nature to look for in spring 2022.
Text and research by Bay Nature staff. Life in Winter includes a period of quiet and dormancy for some, but it’s when the show — the sights, smells, and sounds — begins for many others. Feeding the Masses It’s true … Read more
“There is nothing gentle about bigotry.”
This fall is one to look for change. During what will hopefully be the last dry months of the driest two-year stretch in recorded California history, how are species responding? What do you see and not see? How does it compare to the past?