In 1989 work began on the San Francisco Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile circumnavigation of the entire Bay, from San José to San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge to Napa and Martinez and back down the East Bay shoreline. … Read more
Children’s author Annie Barrows talks with Bay Nature about her second grade heroines tackling climate change for the science fair.
Rob Badger’s collection goes by the title “Beauty and the Beast”
Text and research by the California Center for Natural History Fledging Hatching in early spring as fuzzy white balls that weigh about the same as two slices of bread, young redtails (Buteo jamaicensis) grow quickly, making high whistling calls to their … Read more
Liam O’Brien went from Broadway actor to butterfly observer … and then some.
How does a butterfly get its green? It’s not pigment.
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.