Climate change seems like a critical threat to spiders. But researchers are hampered by a lack of basic information.
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In 2020, less than 2,000 monarchs were counted at overwintering sites in California. Scientists weren’t sure if they’d come back. This year’s count shows that they did, and in a big way.
Rodents can weaken critical river levees. Instead of poisoning them, leading to ripple effects up the food chain, levee managers on the Pajaro River are encouraging raptors to patrol the area.
Scientific opinion of beavers has changed over the years, but when it comes to conflict, there’s still not many options.
With millions of acres burned in the last two years, it’s likely you’ll pass through a burned area.
It’s the epitome of the unwanted weed — but there are reasons to choose to want dandelions.
Peregrine falcons are relatable, personable and cute, yet their lives are surprising and sometimes tragic.
“If a Tree Falls: Art of the Boundary Oak” opens Saturday, October 30 at the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek.
Seven Bay Area creatures with Halloween appeal.
Major October rain is in the forecast for the first time in five years. As they say in sports, sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good.