Linda Hunter pulls up to Bay Natives Nursery in Bayview-Hunters Point and opens the rear hatch of her gray Prius. Inside are several white plastic buckets full of shells. They come from oysters eaten the previous day by customers at … Read more
Despite the declining global populations of this vulnerable species, northern fur seals are thriving on the Bay Area’s Farallon Islands.
Pepperwood Preserve President and CEO Lisa Micheli has won Bay Nature’s 2018 Environmental Education award.
You’ve heard of the Steller’s jay and the Steller’s sea lion. What about Georg Steller?
The California Coastal Trail runs west of Highway 1 along this scenic stretch of the San Mateo coast.
At the northwestern edge of Richmond, near Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, a modest bayshore wetland stands ready to emerge from decades of neglect. Thanks to the residents of nearby Parchester Village and staff of the East Bay Regional Park District, Breuner Marsh will become precious public recreation land and a refuge for sensitive species imperiled by sea level rise.