Berkeley-based artist Tanja Geis explores the inherent value of nonhuman life.
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Favorite pictures published in Bay Nature in 2018, from the Bay Nature editors.
It’s quite rare to see them in the Bay Area, but American minks range as far south as Sonoma and Contra Costa.
They’re long and stringy and they hang from trees in the fog zone …
With Northern California socked in with heavy smoke, what happened to animals that couldn’t shelter ins
We’re used to bodies having front and back, top and bottom, left and right. But as some common California tidepool creatures show, there’s a totally different way of living.
Birders know you can recognize individual birds. Can a computer scientist train a machine to do so?
We’re living the climate change, and what’s coming is more of the same, just worse.
And what even is a daddy longlegs?
A coyote won’t pass up a free meal — so long as it’s safe.