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Bay Nature magazineJuly-September 2018

Trails

The Guadalupe River and the Hidden Heart of San José

June 27, 2018 by Eric Simons

The Guadalupe River winds its way through history, both natural and human.

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Where to Find Redwoods Close to Home in the Bay Area

June 27, 2018 by Becca Fanning and Brittany Shoot

A new tool for finding parks.

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Discover the Rare Blooms of Huckleberry Preserve in the East Bay Hills

March 30, 2018 by Stephanie Penn

Rare plants are common in California. Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve sits in an ideal location to display some of the rarest of them.

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Franklin Point Offers A Unique Look at the San Mateo Coast

January 01, 2017 by Nate Seltenrich

The California Coastal Trail runs west of Highway 1 along this scenic stretch of the San Mateo coast.

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Berryessa Snow Mountain: Northern California’s New National Monument

May 09, 2016 by John Hart

A journey through a nearby landscape that can seem farther off and stranger than the High Sierra.

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San Francisco Joins the Water Trail

February 01, 2016 by Melanie Hess

Islais Creek Park is the first official San Francisco site on the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail.

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Love Muir Woods? Park Service Asks: Please Stay Away

January 06, 2016 by Julia Busiek

A reservation system for the popular redwood grove is coming in 2017. Until then, the Park Service urges residents to stay away.

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Into the Breach

January 04, 2016 by Paul McHugh

A kayaker explores the newly restored and now-open tidal marsh at Cullinan Ranch in the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

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Follow a Trail Through the Ancient Oaks on Russian Ridge in the Santa Cruz Mountains

November 09, 2015 by Kathleen M. Wong

Perched atop the windward western side of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Russian Ridge offers spellbinding views and a grove of monumental, centuries-old oaks.

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The Peninsula Watershed: To Open, Or Not To Open?

August 20, 2015 by Nathaniel Dolton-Thornton

The 23,000 acres around Crystal Springs are prime hiking territory in an urban region desperate for more places to get outdoors. They're also home to numerous endangered species, and critical to San Francisco's drinking water supply.

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