There’s deep joy in articulating reality, the poems in this new collection make clear—the simple reward of seeing the world as it is.
Illustrator Jane Kim and the California Center for Natural History share six species to watch for this winter.
Berkeley-based artist Tanja Geis explores the inherent value of nonhuman life.
Favorite pictures published in Bay Nature in 2018, from the Bay Nature editors.
Kevin White hopes we can re-think our relationship to fire.
A new Academy exhibit showcases iconic giants of the region while celebrating the details that make California unique.
What began as an impromptu piano-playing performance on the coast of Half Moon Bay has blossomed into an annual, interactive celebration of music in nature.
At an artists’ retreat in the Santa Cruz Mountains, a chance to see art and nature mix.
“As a naturalist, educator, and artist, I have found that my journal is the most necessary tool I carry into the field with me; it is even more necessary than my binoculars.”
The beauty of science is that it really does search for truth. It is easy to follow the tracks and trails of one or several of nature’s patterns and yet be completely lost as to the whole picture.