January-March 2013


In our January 2013 issue, noted author (and one of our favorites!) David Rains Wallace surveys our region’s remarkable diversity of salamanders and newts. Then we head east to Big Break Regional Shoreline in Oakley, where this fall the East Bay Regional Park District opened its first completely new visitor center in more than 30 years. We’ve also got stories about the King-Swett Ranches of Solano County, the littlest sandpipers along our shores, the important role of sediment — yes, lowly mud — in maintaining and restoring marshland habitats around the Bay in the face of sea-level rise. And more!

 
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Noted author David Rains Wallace surveys our region’s cute (and sometimes toxic) salamanders and newts. Plus Big Break Regional Shoreline, the King-Swett Ranches of Solano County, the littlest sandpipers, and the important role of mud — in maintaining Bay marshes.

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