Turkey vultures mate for life. Just like swans.
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Q: Is there a good place in the Bay Area to see bats? What kind of bats live here? Because of myth and superstition, bats are often feared and severely underappreciated. October happens to be Bat Appreciation Month, so it’s a great time … Read more
What’s the value of dusty old natural history in the modern world? More than you might think, says Brad Balukjian.
In her new book Timefulness, geologist Marcia Bjornerud tries to change the culture of right now.
There’s room for Native ecological practices in California’s fire management, Chuck Striplen writes — but we have work to do first.
Indigenous writer Gregg Castro reflects on the 25th anniversary of the Gathering of Ohlone Peoples.
The San Francisco Bay shark I study has been called tope, oil shark, school shark, soupfin, and vitamin shark. I think it’s pretty great.
Check out any Pacific coast tidepool for a chance to see the evidence of a common invertebrate going to war over the difference between us and them.
How does a Broadway actor become San Francisco’s go-to lepidopterist? Liam O’Brien explains.
Marine animals adjust their lives to the weather just like you do.