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Take a Hike at Watershed Lands in the Bay Area

KQED Science | August 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Take a Hike at Watershed Lands in the Bay Area

Watershed lands aren’t destinations, like state or national parks. Their natural features aren’t unusual, and to me that’s a key part of their charm.

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The Bay Area’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People Movement

KQED Science | July 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

The Bay Area’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People Movement

A group of hikers recently gathered at Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve for a Tuesday Twilight walk, part of a summer series offered by the naturalists at the East Bay Regional Park District. The fog rolled uphill from the Golden Gate Bridge and across the Bay, cooling the air and cutting off the top of Mount Diablo […]

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Colorful California Native Reptiles

KQED Science | July 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

Colorful California Native Reptiles

Sunbathing during summer months isn't just for people. Many resident reptiles are spending their days soaking up the sun too.

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River Otters in the Marin Headlands

KQED Science | June 18, 2013 | 2 Comments

River Otters in the Marin Headlands

The San Francisco Bay Area was recently abuzz over a lone river otter in Sutro Baths, affectionately called “Sutro Sam.” Although Sutro Sam’s brief stint in the swimming complex ruins is now over, there are still plenty of other places in the Bay Area to see wild river otters. Rodeo Lagoon in the Marin Headlands […]

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