Bay Nature Magazine

"Out of all the magazine subscriptions I receive every month, I save three: The New Yorker for the writing, National Geographic for the photography, and Bay Nature for both." -- Andrew Harmon, International Bird Rescue

Bay Nature magazine covers the unique habitats and wildlife of the San Francisco Bay Area and the people working to protect them. With excellent writing, gorgeous photography, and delightful wildlife illustrations by celebrated naturalist John Muir Laws, each quarterly issue of Bay Nature is a local treasure to cherish and share with family and friends.Subscribe now!

Special Sections

In-depth explorations of timely topics on Bay Area ecology and conservation.

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  • Gardening for Wildlife with Native Plants

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  • Urban Farms to Open Range: Putting Bay Area Food Landscapes on the Map

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  • Soil Matters: From Backyard to Backcountry

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  • Mount Tam: A Mountain of Stories

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  • Baylands Reborn: Restoration and Renewal on San Francisco Bay

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  • Crowning Glories: Celebrating the Landscapes of Point Reyes

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  • The Parks and the People: Keeping California’s State Parks Alive in Hard Times

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  • Big Plans for Wild Lands

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  • The Once and Future Delta: Mending the Broken Heart of California

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  • Transit to Trails (2009): Footloose and Car-Free in the Bay Area

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  • Taking the Heat supplement

    Taking the Heat: Bay Area Ecosystems in the Age of Climate Change

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  • Blue Wilderness: Diving into our Ocean Sanctuaries

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  • Highway to the Flyway: The Road to Restoration on San Pablo Bay

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  • Accessible Outdoors: Opening the Door to Nature for People with Disabilities

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  • Speak of the Devil: The Unexpected Landscapes of Mount Diablo

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  • In the Fault Zone: How Earthquakes Shape the Bay Area

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  • Private Land, Public Good: Taking Stock of Conservation Easements

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  • Out of the Flames: Point Reyes Ten Years After the Vision Fire

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  • South Bay Challenge: Reclaiming the Salt Ponds for People and Nature

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  • Toward a Healthy Bay

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  • Ring Around the Bay: The Bay Trail Comes of Age

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