With Northern California socked in with heavy smoke, what happened to animals that couldn’t shelter ins
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We’re used to bodies having front and back, top and bottom, left and right. But as some common California tidepool creatures show, there’s a totally different way of living.
Birders know you can recognize individual birds. Can a computer scientist train a machine to do so?
We’re living the climate change, and what’s coming is more of the same, just worse.
And what even is a daddy longlegs?
A coyote won’t pass up a free meal — so long as it’s safe.
It is crucial to understand the role winds play in California fires.
A humpback whale surfaces underneath the Golden Gate Bridge on Nov. 9, 2018. To learn more about Bay whale, dolphin and porpoise sightings visit the Golden Gate Cetacean Watch on Facebook. (Photo by Bill Keener, Golden Gate Cetacean Research) No … Read more
A reader asks about spotting fall and winter birds.
A sensory ecologist explains what we know and what we don’t about human noise in the outdoors.