Devil’s Gulch Hike

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Tucked in a canyon of San Geronimo Valley, this lovely trail follows a salmon-bearing creek where, with rain and luck, you might spot fish moving upstream. You’ll explore the lush understory, keep an eye out for birds, see if you … Read more

Bodies of Water Exhibit

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Art and Science Collide to Explore the Unseen World of Plankton Ceramic artist Jenni Ward and ocean scientist Ari Friedlaender collaborated with curator Tauna Coulson to create Bodies of Water. This gallery exhibition aims to highlight the unseen world of plankton, … Read more

Live from the Farallones: White Shark Café

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Why are white sharks seen around the Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge during the fall? In the early 2000s, Point Blue collaborated with Stanford University’s Tagging of Pelagic Predators program and attached satellite tags to dozens of white sharks to … Read more

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Big Rain Leads to a Big Year for Salmon

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Record-breaking rainfall drenched much of the Bay Area in late October and again around Christmas, leading to flooding, power outages, snarled traffic — and a great season for a fish that has had it rough in recent years. For East-Bay … Read more