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Meet Mark Twain’s frog at Mori Point

October 08, 2012 by Christine Kelly

Mori Point, along the coast in San Mateo County, is one of the smattering of locations where the fabled California red-leggeds live, the largest frogs in the West.

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Mori Point (GGNRA)

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Visit the new park to admire the wildflower fields in the spring, or marvel at the dramatic coastal vistas year-round. ...

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EndangerBus Feature: San Francisco Garter Snake

December 23, 2010 by Bay Nature Staff

Reptile expert Robert Stebbins calls the San Francisco garter snake "one of the most beautiful serpents in North America." The snake's dazzling patterns of color serve as camouflage in its native habitat: the open marshes, stream banks, grasslands, and vernal pools of the San Francisco Peninsula. But the best camouflage is little help if your home territory gets built over.

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Plants at Mori Point

July 23, 2009 by Rick Bacigalupi

The coastal bluffs of Mori Point in Pacifica offer spring hikers panoramic to close-up views–from crashing waves to busy wildflower ...

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Mori Point Restoration

July 21, 2009 by Rick Bacigalupi

Restoration efforts at Pacifica’s Mori Point focus on reclaiming native plant habitat lost over the years to a maze of ...

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Two Chances for Expansion at Mori Point

April 23, 2009 by Laura Hautala

With a San Francisco Board of Supervisors vote set for April 30 to decide the fate of Sharp Park north of Mori Point, and a developer ready to sell a large property to the south, the rare snakes and frogs that thrive on Mori Point could get a whole lot more elbow room.

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Mori’s Story

April 01, 2009 by Dan Rademacher

A town comes together to protect beautiful Mori Point, home to threatened frogs, endangered snakes, and superb wildflowers.

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A Big Year for Rare Species

January 01, 2008 by David Carroll

From Mori Point in Pacifica to Lands End in San Francisco and all the way up to Tomales Bay, the ...

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