Between globs of oil, six-pack rings, used condoms, and discarded sippy cups, harbor seals have plenty of hazards to dodge in San Francisco Bay. But some potential threats to their health may be more insidious.
In a remote corner of Northern California, a water war—as pretty much everyone is apt to describe it—has been smoldering for the better part of three decades.
San Francisco's pipes are clogged with FOG—but not the white misty stuff of postcard fame.
Birders got busy as officials fluttered...
How can officials and volunteers work together to rescue birds? A chat with Eddie Bartley.