Bay Nature embarks on its 20th year of publishing with this issue. That’s no small accomplishment for a nonprofit, independent regional magazine, and it’s thanks, of course, to readers, donors, and advertisers that the magazine exists. This publication is a … Read more
For the first time since the early 1900s, the 864-acre forest behind Pacific Union College will be open to the public.
In August my family and I headed out to Point Reyes National Seashore to see (and hear) tule elk during their rutting season. We drove to Pierce Point Ranch on the peninsula at the northern end of the seashore and … Read more
For 74 issues we’ve chosen cover art and photos that capture the inspirational power and beauty of Bay Area nature. The 75th cover is different.
There’s a Bay Area ecosystem that’s never been mentioned in the pages of Bay Nature. It is small and easy to overlook, and after several decades of a changing climate, it now exists only in isolated pockets in the Bay … Read more
Introducing Bay Nature Magazine’s Winter 2019 issue.
How we picked the fonts, colors and logo for Bay Nature magazine.
Behind the 2018 Bay Nature redesign.
John Kelly, the director of conservation science at Audubon Canyon Ranch, is retiring after decades making a better Bay Area for birds.
What’s in this summer issue of Bay Nature, and beyond.