Where Did California’s Wild Turkeys Come From?

Did you know that the Bay Area's wild turkeys aren’t native to California? Learn more here.

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Snakes on a Plain: Monitoring the Endangered San Francisco Garter Snake

Meet Patrick Lien, a snake researcher with the U.S. Geologic Survey and learn about his work studying the endangered San Francisco garter snake.

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What Makes A Healthy Landscape Linkage?

Dive into this interactive graphic and explore the ingredients needed to protect and enhance healthy landscape linkages in the Bay Area.

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What You Should Know About the Pacific Flyway

It's that time of year again. Birds are migrating south for the winter along the Pacific Flyway. Wait, you don't know about that Pacific Flyway? Here's what you need to know.

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Tracking Bobcats in Coyote Valley (part 2)

We're tracking bobcats with radio collars in Coyote Valley. Meet five of these cats and learn how they're helping to inform our conservation strategies.

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Tracking Bobcats in Coyote Valley (part 1)

Coyote Valley is one of the most important wildlife corridors in the Bay Area. We're tracking bobcat and gray fox in the Valley to better understand their movement and how to protect their habitat. Learn more here!

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The Invisible Benefits of Bair Island

Bair Island, just east of Redwood City, is one of those places where there is so much more that meets the eye. Watch the video on carbon sequestration and let us show you what we mean.

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A Case for Resilience

As we continue to experience the impacts of climate change, the health of our open spaces and their resilience to change will become increasingly important. Here's what we're doing to build an ecologically resilient Bay Area.

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Protecting the Missing Links

It's all about making the connections. Learn about what we are doing to connect open spaces in the Bay Area so that wildlife continue to have the freedom to roam.

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Woodrats: A Home for the Holidays

Rats? Ew, gross. That's a pretty typical response when thinking about rats. But maybe that's because you've never met a dusky-footed woodrat. They're actually quite civilized. Curious? Learn more here!

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