Take part in the 2022 City Nature Challenge in the San Francisco Bay Area! Join in our annual celebration of the incredible nature we have in the Bay Area, from our backyards to our city streets to our open spaces. … Read more
Taking better pictures means empathizing with wild animals, writes photographer Sarah Killingsworth
Half Moon Bay is a great place to see an elusive small carnivore.
Thursdays: October 29, November 5, 12, and 19, 2020 7:00 – 8:30pm ONLINE using Zoom platform $80 to register, $60 for members Ages 13 and up (youth under 13 welcome with adult supervision) Tap into deep observation skills and learn … Read more
Join us during the final week of July for a virtual summer session for kids of all ages (adults included). We will be broadcasting live from Facebook each day and posting links to activity materials you can download to do … Read more
Climate change presents long-term and immediate challenges for Bay Area wildlife. In the long-term, some animals will be unable to thrive in their current locations. Animals also face more immediate climate change impacts like wildfire, drought, and floods. In this … Read more
The global species-finding competition returns on April 24, minus the competition.
Spring Wildlife Walk in Hellyer Park Come out for a spring wildlife walk with the local ranger, along with Alie and Bruce Victorine, at Hellyer Park! You’ll get to learn about and connect with the birds and other wildlife in … Read more
Urban raccoons are everywhere. Some evidence suggests they’re growing smarter from living in an urban world.
Citizen scientists tracking roadkill on Alma Bridge Road have counted an astonishing number of dead newts this season.