Hurray! The bugs are back LIVE at the Randall Museum! Check out the incredible extravaganza of insects at the Randall’s popular Bug Day event celebrating everything insect with hands-on science and art activities, games, live music, movies and more! Join … Read more
Take part in the 2022 City Nature Challenge in the San Francisco Bay Area! Join in our annual celebration of the incredible nature we have in the Bay Area, from our backyards to our city streets to our open spaces. … Read more
For many people, the occasional moth in our light fixture or clothing storage is the closest acquaintance we may have among these incredible insects. This special evening program will open our eyes to the often-nocturnal world of moths, and unravel … Read more
Ever wondered what kind of native plants and wildlife pop up after a big fire? Want to explore your local parks in more depth and learn about the kinds of things that live there? Come join Save Mount Diablo for … Read more
in-person event Discover and celebrate nature on lower Codornices Creek, on the Berkeley-Albany border, 10 AM – 12:30 PM Sat., Aug. 7. Volunteers including Friends of Five Creeks have worked for more than 25 years to revitalize this creek, the … Read more
Bumblebees live in wildly different types of habitats, have unique tastes, and aren’t necessarily the easiest things to track, making it hard to understand how their populations are faring.
These results don’t mean that insects are fine.
Let’s draw butterflies! Tune in to the Open Space Authority’s Facebook page at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9 for an engaging and interactive live-stream nature sketching lesson with artist and naturalist Edward Rooks. All you need is a computer, … Read more
Meet the flies that lay their eggs in a bee’s body.
Fascinating creatures, miniature works of art, critical links in the web of life — bugs are so much more than pests.