Mount Tam: A Mountain of Stories


An icon of the North Bay, a peak that orients us, and a home to many, Mount Tamalpais is the “west hill,” as translated from the Coast Miwok, that defines a region. In partnership with the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative, Bay Nature writers explore the 46,000-acre area and how some of its most vital denizens are faring. Cover photo by George Ward.

Contents: MEET THE MOUNTAIN by John Hart IN SEARCH OF A BADGER by Mary Ellen Hannibal THE NATURE OF THE DIPSEA RACE by Alisa Opar THE SOUTHERN RANGE OF NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS by Jules Evens THEATER AMID THE OAKS by Claire Peaslee A FISH STORY by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto TAM’S FIRST BOTANIST by John Hart

 
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