Cover photo: © Don DeBold, 2017, some rights reserved.
Learn about the Canada goose, a common visitor to California’s parks and fields.
When hiking in redwood forests, it’s likely that you’ve encountered redwood sorrel in the forest understory. A true shade-lover, redwood sorrel will fold its leaves when exposed to direct sunlight.
Learn about this outstanding Californian wildflower – from its evolutionary history to the best time to see it bloom.
Cover photo: © jacksnipe1990, 2017, some rights reserved.
Sound produced by tail feathers? Nests made of spiderwebs? Learn about these facts and more in our post about the Bay Area’s winter hummingbird.
Cover Photo: © Frank Schulenburg, 2016, some rights reserved.
Brown pelicans have made a dramatic return from their critically low numbers in the 1970’s due to the effects of DDT. However, the fight for the brown pelican is far from over: today, they face threats from food scarcity as Pacific sardine and anchovy numbers have shown declines.
True to their name, sticky monkeyflowers have a sticky resin on their leaves. Their flowers are thought to resemble a smiling monkey. Can you see it?