There’s lots more where this came from…
Subscribe to Bay Nature magazine
January 02, 2018 by Victoria SchlesingerBig 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.
July 27, 2017 by Sonner KehrtA yellow-brown blanket covers the Berkeley Aquatic Park lagoon.
April 08, 2013 by Terry KnightWe’ve thought about doing a piece on Clear Lake for a long time: It’s a wildlife magnet just over two ...
May 14, 2012 by Paul EpsteinJessie Raeder was an energetic high school student when a bitter dispute erupted over the use of chemicals to eradicate pike in Lake Davis in favor of native trout. Nowadays she's director of Paddle to the Sea, a month long "paddle-a-thon" that begins in June and runs the 241-mile length the Tuolumne River from the Sierras to the San Francisco Bay. The goal: raise awareness and money for the river's benefactor, the Tuolumne River Trust.
November 08, 2011 by Linda SilveyA remarkable event happens every year along the Tuolumne River, but sadly, very few people know about it: Chinook salmon run up the river to their spawning grounds, and the canoes of the Tuolumne River Trust are there to meet them. You could join them this weekend.
July 01, 2011 by David LoebThere’s nothing like getting out on the Bay at water level. And now that harbor porpoises are again venturing daily inside the Golden Gate, there’s never been a better time to grab a paddle and hit the water--or at least let Bay Nature take you there in your mind’s eye!
October 01, 2009 by Carolyn LongstrethWildlife thrives at Giacomini Wetland at the south end of Tomales Bay.