Just south of the Dumbarton Bridge lies one of the most important conservation opportunities for the Bay’s future—and one of the most threatened, a group of scientists is warning.
The resurrected Tulare Lake and thousands of acres of nearby flooded farmland are providing a temporary respite for the millions of migratory birds that pass through California along the Pacific Flyway every year.
As the California Supreme Court wrote, “CEQA does not require an agency to consider the impact of existing conditions on future project users.”
You could spend a lifetime getting to know the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Another father-son geocaching adventure: Learning to love wetlands, even the ones by the highway.