You could spend a lifetime getting to know the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge
A Golden Gate Audubon Society blog post about accessibility in birding.
If you head north along the coast this spring, take time to discover the pygmy forests growing (very slowly) in the uplands of Mendocino.
The Botanic Garden Bird Survey Team has recorded all of the birds they’ve observed in this corner of Tilden Regional Park, specifically tracking which species visit and when, what they eat, and the materials they use to build nests.
Half Moon Bay is a great place to see an elusive small carnivore.
From Marsh Creek Regional Trail, see some of the newest projects restoring this watershed for salmon, beaver, and tricolored blackbirds.
This story was first published by EdSource, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to providing analysis on key education issues facing the state and nation. Read the original story here. Many outdoor education programs in California have shut down in the … Read more
Bored at home? Learn how to train common flies to ride on your finger like miniature falcons.
The focus on nature right now might seem counterintuitive. On the contrary, being outside is recognized as an essential activity.
Editor’s note: Since the writing of this article, visitation restrictions have been placed on state and national parks due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and efforts to mitigate its spread. There is currently a shelter-in-place order in effect for California. For … Read more