After a ferocious battle, the new coyote pair stuck around and the old one had gone.
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Most everyone wants to save the monarch butterflies. But it turns out that when you put a bunch of lepidopterists, land managers, gardeners, and butterfly enthusiasts in one room — in a blaze of monarch T-shirts, monarch scarves, monarch earrings, … Read more
This is an excerpt from photographer and longtime Bay Nature contributor Stephen Joseph’s new book, Mount Diablo, A Story of Place and Inspiration. The book consists of hundreds of Joseph’s photographs, taken over three years on the mountain, and features essays by local conservation leaders.
Elephant seals are among the most extreme animals on earth. Will it be enough to help them survive extreme change?
Every rock has a story to tell, and geologists know the language.
The Northern California black walnut led scientists into a genetic mystery: is this a rare tree, or a common one?
See the California works from the most accomplished Chinese
painter of the 20th century
See evidence of “gravitational wasting” erosion on Bay Area hillsides.
An illustrated guide to Northern California nature
Aristolochia californica can be found in Northern and Central California.