Wildlife can give people new diseases. But we can also give them back.
Fall migration is underway in the Bay Area. Meanwhile birding in general is having a moment amid the pandemic, social change, and political tension.
Six species to see in Northern California this fall.
In Bodega Bay, crabbers struggle to protect whales frequenting their waters–while still making a living.
From Marsh Creek Regional Trail, see some of the newest projects restoring this watershed for salmon, beaver, and tricolored blackbirds.
If you go into the woods and listen, you may hear great horned owl duets, the trill of western screech owls, toots of northern saw-whet owls, or the daytime call of the northern pygmy owl.
As long as they aren’t poisoned or eaten, sea anemones just keep on keeping on. But how?
Golden-crowned sparrows are a symbol and sound of Bay Area fall. When you hear one, you know that the season has begun.
Bumblebees live in wildly different types of habitats, have unique tastes, and aren’t necessarily the easiest things to track, making it hard to understand how their populations are faring.
The Palomarin Field Station of Point Blue Conservation Science, a small outpost of human infrastructure at the southern boundary of Point Reyes National Seashore, has been a home base for bird studies spanning more than 50 years. Generations of researchers … Read more