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News, The Snitch San Francisco Bay-Delta Longfin Smelt Could Become Extinct

San Francisco Bay-Delta Longfin Smelt Could Become Extinct

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service needs you and conservation partners to help save the dwindling San Francisco Bay-Delta longfin smelt population. Once the most abundant fish population in the San Francisco Bay-Delta, the state says the 4-to-6-inch estuarine fish…
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Calendar, Night&Day Whose Feathered Friends? Our Feathered Friends!

Whose Feathered Friends? Our Feathered Friends!

John Robinson has a big ambition, and an uphill climb -- maybe. At “Changing the Face of Environmental Conservation Through Birding,” the African-American wildlife biologist, ornithologist, and author of Birding for Everyone: Encouraging People of Color to Become Birdwatchers speaks…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hope for Nature, Too

Hope for Nature, Too

If you walk your dog off-leash at Crissy Field, you're endangering Western snowy plovers. Sorry, that's just a fact. (See those birds your dog is having so much fun chasing? Those are plovers.) Learn more about plovers and other wild…
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News, Bay View The  Battle for Walpert Ridge

The Battle for Walpert Ridge

Tucked in the Hayward hills, past miles of new tract housing, is a swath of sloping grassland dotted with oak and bay trees, and clusters of grayish rocks. As it stands today, this land, Walpert Ridge, is an open space…
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