What We Can Learn from Wildlife Moving Between Mountains

For the past three years, POST and our partners have studied wildlife movement in the Southern Santa Cruz Mountains. Here's what we hope to learn.

Posted on By Marian Vernon
Birds of the Bay Area: Fresh Water Lakes

Get to know some of the common species of birds you might spot at our local freshwater lakes and ponds.

Posted on By Nik Rau
Newts of Lexington Reservoir Dying By the Thousands

If we don't act, these newts within the Los Gatos Creek watershed may go locally extinct.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
Birds Are Flocking to California Right Now. Here’s Why

Right now, thousands of birds are flocking to California's San Francisco Bay. Why here? And how do they know where they're going?

Posted on By Peter Cowan, PhD
7 Animals That Scare Us (And Why We Need Them)

Learn about 7 "scary" animals and the crucial roles they play in our landscapes.

Posted on By Nik Rau
El Sereno – Expanding a South Bay Preserve

182-acres above Los Gatos is now protected open space. Get the full story.

Posted on By Lindsay Peterson
Condors Are Returning to the Santa Cruz Mountains

It's ok to freak out — it's incredibly exciting.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
From the Ashes, a New Forest Rises

Last summer's fire gave us an opportunity...and we're taking it.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
The Romantic Lives of Banana Slugs

You'll never look at these slow, juicy creatures the same way again.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
What Makes the Bay Area a Biodiversity Hotspot?

Acclaimed author Mary Ellen Hannibal finds the answers.

Posted on By Mary Ellen Hannibal

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