Big Break, near the confluence of the San Joaquin and Sacramento Rivers, is a hotspot for birds. A great way to see them is by kayak.
What will we do to recalibrate our relationship with fire?
An artist’s view of Mount Tam.
The African American National Parks Event encourages people to visit their local national parks on the first weekend in June
There are 33,000 creosote-treated pilings in the Bay leaching toxins that harm herring.
It’s time to open up Rancho Corral de Tierra, a storied, long-private piece of the coast, for all.
The ideas driving the environmental and social movements of the early 1970s gained a strong foothold in the East Bay Regional Park District, thanks in large part to a cohort of young park workers hired during that decade.
Plenty of wildlife roams the Bay Area. With help from expert naturalists, you can learn to read the messages they leave behind in their tracks and signs.
Many people living in the Bay Area know very little about San Bruno Mountain — the massive, bald hill just south of San Francisco.The surprising story of this largest undeveloped landmass in the urban U.S. is told in the documentary Butterflies & Bulldozers, showing this week at the first San Francisco Green Film Festival.
In an unusual reversal of most wildlife trends, the black bear population is at an all time high and occupies a greater range in California today than it did before the Gold Rush. At that time the state was home to both black bears and the California grizzly, which seemingly dominated every local ecological niche.