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.
Doesn’t get much better for eye candy than a butterfly on a flower, right?
Suzi Eszterhas will lecture about the rare animals she’s seen and her own adventures in wildlife photography on Wednesday night in the African Hall at the California Academy of Sciences.
On a whale watching trip in the Monterey Bay, photographer Tory Kallman witnessed one of nature’s great events—an orca in pursuit of lunch. One of the resulting photographs became Bay Nature’s January 2014 cover image.
Nature photographer Becky Jaffe on art, photography and biophilia.
Photographer Steve Zamek, waited at Lloyd Lake in Golden Gate Park for over three hours photographing birds. When he decided it was time to leave, this hooded merganser sprang into action and Zamek snapped this shot.
Filmmaker Judy Irving set herself a goal to get a good shot of an endangered salt marsh harvest mouse. She did, and it’s Bay Nature’s July 2013 cover image.
When we put out the call for photos to go along with our forthcoming salamander feature by David Rains Wallace, I wasn’t sure what to expect. How many local salamander and newt photos could possibly be out there? Quite a … Read more
Sebastian Kennerknecht has eight shots in our upcoming October-December issue, more than any other photographer this time around. Partly that’s because he agreed to go out and shoot at the Farallon Islands for a story by Glen Martin about seabird … Read more