S.I. insularis lives only on an island in the middle of the Bay.
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Children’s author Annie Barrows talks with Bay Nature about her second grade heroines tackling climate change for the science fair.
Surf scoters showed up in the Bay in astonishing numbers in winter 2019, pausing a three-decade decline and puzzling scientists
It wasn’t until the federal government took away several of my favorite fisheries, and access to my favorite spots, that I fully comprehended what I had previously taken for granted … The ocean is, or was once, a public trust … Read more
Phragmatopoma californica breathes over its entire body, poops from near its mouth, and reproduces with other worms despite living inside a tube.
A reader notices more fox squirrels and less native western grays.
California wants to go carbon negative. But even policymakers tend to overlook the best way to get there.
A new report urges the Bay Area’s communities to work together against sea level rise.
As technology and seafloor maps improve, a new picture of California’s undersea life emerges
They’re one of the most sought-after edible mushrooms in the world. At least 10 species live in the Bay Area.