Visitors can now witness the response of this burned forest—one of nature’s least understood and most dynamically changing habitats.
January 2023 marks the 30th anniversary of the Trails Challenge—a beloved annual tradition that helps people of all abilities access the vast East Bay Regional Park District and inspires them to get outside.
You can use thrushes as a sort of seasonal calendar, as they fly in and out of the Bay Area.
We asked for your mini-stories about memorable nature moments, and you, readers, provided a wondrous bounty, like acorn woodpeckers contributing to the communal haul. Here are our favorite dozen.
Stories about abalone, bobcats, underground rivers, newts, two-headed worms, out-of-place birds, acorns, shrews, moles, shrew-moles, and clams with a purpose.
You don’t have to go far. But it helps to spend all your spare time in the woods. That’s what Vishal Subramanyan, 20, does.
“I think people think that because blind people can’t see, we don’t know birds. But they’re the nearest part of nature,” says poet Susan Glass.
Two landscapes stand divided by the hundred-year-old Yolo Bypass West Levee in Solano County. To the south of the levee’s U shape, canals tangle toward the sprawling Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, which teems with wildlife. North of the levee, former … Read more
This year’s Snapshot Cal Coast featured 4,083 people logging 46,683 observations of almost 4,000 species into the iNaturalist app from June 13 to July 4.
This weekend, on Sunday, July 17, the new 14-acre Tunnel Tops park opens to the public in San Francisco’s Presidio, a former military base turned urban national park that hosts around 10 million visitors a year