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Grappling with Rising Tides

Grappling with Rising Tides

Climate change and rising tides are predicted to take a toll on our shoreline areas in the Bay Area. Find out more about last winter's King Tides and what actions are underway to help plan for future sea level rise.

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Nothing "Fishy" About Sustainable Seafood

Nothing "Fishy" About Sustainable Seafood

Learn about what we can do to take care of our oceans, both for the fish and ourselves.

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It's Summer Vacation Time for the California Least Tern

It's Summer Vacation Time for the California Least Tern

The least tern, smallest of our three tern species, will be with us for the summer.  They arrive along California’s shore with their tuxedo colors and distinctive white “V” on their forehead in late April.

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Black Diamond Regional Mines Preserve Reopens Visitor Center

Black Diamond Regional Mines Preserve Reopens Visitor Center

With the reopening of its underground Greathouse Portal Visitor Center, Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve is ready when you are.

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Geological Outings Around the Bay: Point Pinole and the Hayward fault

Geological Outings Around the Bay: Point Pinole and the Hayward fault

Pinole Point offers a view of the Hayward fault in its natural setting, without the human overprint that brands it as a hazard.

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Exploring Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve

Exploring Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve

As sure as the earth moves in Berkeley, there's a volcano just off Skyline Boulevard. Not just any volcano. This one's laying on its side with its guts exposed. At Sibley Regional Volcanic Preserve, you'll find the rocky body and layered underpinnings of one of the largest volcanoes that once dotted our geologic neighborhood.

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Exploring Briones Regional Park

Exploring Briones Regional Park

Just a 10-minute drive from Berkeley, Briones Regional Park is home to plentiful East Bay wildlife, including birds, snakes and newts. The park's ridge tops offer stunning views of Mount Diablo and the San Francisco Bay.

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Ladybug Pajama Party

Ladybug Pajama Party

Each year Ladybugs fly in by the millions to winter in the East Bay's Redwood Regional Park. We meet naturalist Linda Yemoto who explains this phenomenon. But how these beetles know where to go is still one of nature's mysteries.

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