Are surf scoters disappearing from the San Francisco Bay? Or from the world?
We’re used to thinking about how wildfires change the soil for plants. But a UC Berkeley researcher wants to turn the relationship around and ask how the plants that spring up after a fire could lock-in long-term soil recovery.
San Mateo County Park Ranger Sandra Corzantes has won Bay Nature’s 2018 Youth Engagement award.
Pepperwood Preserve President and CEO Lisa Micheli has won Bay Nature’s 2018 Environmental Education award.
POST President Walter Moore has won Bay Nature’s 2018 Conservation Action award.
Initially, it appears the fires played an ecological role for open spaces and undeveloped lands.
A landscape engulfed in Cape ivy is difficult to take in. Scientists are turning to the plant’s natural enemy: a small South African fly.
How people came to understand the North Bay’s iconic peak.
A new citizen science project looks closely at the insect gold mine that is backyard pools — and already it’s found potentially new species.
The Mount Diablo Buckwheat disappeared in the 1930s. It was thought to be extinct. A single population was rediscovered in 2005. And then last year botanists found a new population numbering in the millions. How has this rarest of rare plants survived?