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Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Interpretive Center features exhibits, programs and activities designed to inspire a sense of appreciation, respect and stewardship for the Bay, its inhabitants and the services they provide.

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Gallinas Watershed Council

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Gallinas Watershed Council (GWC) From the hills of Terra Linda to the wetlands of Santa Venetia, we use the watershed approach to protect and enhance our environment. GWC connects people who live and work in Las Gallinas Valley with their watershed.

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Avocet Research

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Avocet Research Associates, established in 1984, is an independent biological consulting firm. ARA wildlife biologists conduct monitoring studies of avian populations in Bay Area wetlands to document habitat affinities, abundance, viability, and reproductive success. We have collaborated with many of the environmental consulting firms and public agencies in the Bay Area to develop restoration plans, monitor goals and protocols, achieve long-term objectives, and solve management challenges. Our main focus is on rare, threatened, and endangered species, however we also conduct broad-scale biological reconnaissance, assessments, and impact analyses. Personnel includes: Jules Evens, Mary Anne Flett, Rich Stallcup, and Seth Bunnell.

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July 01, 2007 by John Hart

On an early map of San Pablo Bay, made in 1775, the Spanish explorer Jose Canizares wrote this phrase: “forests ...

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Bahia Purchase

April 01, 2003 by Sara Marcellino

Congratulations to the coalition of environmental groups, local officials, and state agencies led by the Marin Audubon Society for the ...

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Between River and Bay

January 01, 2003 by Gordy Slack

At the intersection of coastal tides and inland rivers there's a place that's rich in history and full of life. The Delta has been greatly altered by human hands, but at Big Break Regional Shoreline, its watery charms are accessible to those willing to venture off the beaten path.

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