Learn Your Local birds’ Regional “Accents”
April 12, 2017
Some bird species have regional dialects; learning to recognize them across dialects means learning to really listen to their songs.
December 23, 2014
Ten Years After Indian Ocean Tsunami, California is Better Prepared
The Indonesia disaster was a wake-up call that triggered a decade of improvements to national warning systems.
November 17, 2014
Scientists Suspect Virus is Causing Sea Star Die-Off
But what’s triggered the viral outbreak remains unclear.
Bay Area Votes in Favor of Open Space and ‘Smart’ Growth
A local environmental group is declaring victories for open space preservation and smart growth in the Bay Area.
Bay Area Science Festival Kicks Off This Thursday, October 23
The Bay Area Science Festival features events like a bike ride through wetland and a tour of a UPS facility. It begins Thursday, October 23, and will host 56 events over ten days.
October 23, 2014
How to Watch Today’s Solar Eclipse
The skies won’t darken during this partial eclipse but you can still observe the celestial phenomenon, by going to a viewing party, getting your hands on an eclipse viewer, or making your own pinhole projector.
KQED News Fix
November 12, 2014
Commercial Crab Season Set to Get Cracking this Saturday
But first, fishermen and wholesalers must agree on a price. Fishermen say they hope to do so by Friday.
Golden Gate Birder
October 30, 2013
Eleven Rules for the Twenty-Something Birdwatcher
The world of birding lacks diversity – in terms of race, class, and age. Here’s some survival tips for being young and a birder.