New radio towers are bringing a sea-change in wildlife tracking.
“We’re in a place where we have more money than we have applications,” says Brandon Bates, assistant state conservationist with NRCS. And the agency really doesn’t want to have tosend this money back to Congress.
Now equipped with $8.4 million in federal money, conservationists are aiming to bring back the watershed’s salmonids
Years before beavers famously returned to Martinez, Los Gatos locals were spotting them in their creeks and ponds. How they got there, though—that’s a bit of a rabbit hole.
The city’s draft urban forest plan has drawn more than 800 comments—many clamoring for more native trees.
What’s a nature-based solution? An explainer.
Sixty years ago, Bay Area bikers discovered the Panoche Hills, southeast of San José. Public lands management changed forever.
A Sausalito school gets $3 million to repair a riparian corridor, and help students reconnect with nature.
BIL and IRA spending on nature in the greater San Francisco Bay Area has topped $1 billion, according to Bay Nature’s most recent tally for our Wild Billions project.
Salt marsh harvest mice are hard to find, and their fates offer a glimpse at our own coastal society’s future. A reporter tags along on an epic rangewide survey of salties—the Bay Area’s own endemic mouse species.