Q&A: Conservation Photographer Ian Shive on His New Film About the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge
A celebrated conservation photographer and filmmaker talks about how he views the San Francisco Bay’s national wildlife refuge.
Twenty-five years after the Oakland Hills fire, people still disagree about whether blue gum eucalyptus is a fire threat in the East Bay Hills
Twenty-five years after the Tunnel Fire, Bay Nature Publisher David Loeb assesses California’s wildfire regime and eucalyptus trees.
A 19th century industrialist and his legacy of trees.
Signs of the Season
A Taste of Bay Laurel
The California bay laurel is an emblem of the Bay Area.
An Illustrated Guide to Watching for Humpback Whales
What to look for when watching humpbacks.
- Naturalist's Notebook -
AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO WATCHING FOR HUMPBACK WHALES
by John Muir Laws
- Signs of the Season -
A TASTE OF BAY LAUREL
Going Nuts for the Fruits of a California Native
by Ali Budner
- Ask the Naturalist -
ARE BAY AREA BATS THREATENED WITH WHITE NOSE SYNDROME?
by Michael Ellis
- First Person -
STANFORD PALEOECOLOGIST ELIZABETH HADLY TAKES ON THE FUTURE
by Mary Ellen Hannibal
- Conservation in Action -
A PINNACLES PARTNERSHIP FOR CONDORS
by Alison Hawkes
A FISHING EXPEDITION
While Searching for Anglers in the East Bay, Writer De Tran Encounters a Trucker, a High-Tech Marketer, and His Childhood Memories of Vietnam
by De Tran