Set sail from Sausalito for an ecology-themed tour of the Marin Headlands, all the way out to Point Bonita Lighthouse! This signature sail, boarding in Sausalito, will take you under the Golden Gate Bridge and all the way out to … Read more
Come celebrate the romance of yesteryear with us with a Valentines Day 2022 Sunset and Bay Lights Sail on Schooner Freda B. Sailing is for lovers and friends. Join us in celebrating what generations in the Bay Area have been known … Read more
Taking better pictures means empathizing with wild animals, writes photographer Sarah Killingsworth
The Splash is an annual art, photography, and poetry contest for all ages, held completely online. We’re inviting children, young adults and adults both amateur and professional to submit their creative best on our theme celebrating WATER, our most precious … Read more
Register for Beauty and the Beast here: http://cnps-yerbabuena.org/calendar/speaker-series/ Speakers: Rob Badger and Nita Winter Rob Badger and Nita Winter will take you behind the scenes on their 27-year journey photographing wildflowers throughout California. It began in 1992 when they discovered … Read more
The California Academy of Sciences Citizen Science team will be hosting our first virtual bioblitz, Saturday, June 6! A bioblitz is a group of people working together to document as many species as they can using the iNaturalist app. Normally … Read more
I’m not usually masochistic. But then I spent three months this winter trying to observe extremely elusive short eared owls in a busy park in the inner Bay Area. (I’ll omit the location in order to preserve a semblance of … Read more
This is an excerpt from photographer and longtime Bay Nature contributor Stephen Joseph’s new book, Mount Diablo, A Story of Place and Inspiration. The book consists of hundreds of Joseph’s photographs, taken over three years on the mountain, and features essays by local conservation leaders.
Favorite pictures published in Bay Nature in 2018, from the Bay Nature editors.
A coyote won’t pass up a free meal — so long as it’s safe.