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By Liam O’Brien People always come to a butterfly walk slightly fearful. I find this strange considering how much joy these bugs seem to give
After receiving the announcement for the National Audubon Society Photography Competition Winners, I reached out to Golden Gate Bird Alliance member and most recent winner of the NAS Photography Amateur Award, Peter Shen. Peter was recognized for his photo of a Western Grebe and her chicks fighting over a fish down at the Calero Reservoir in San Jose, CA.
By Marjorie Powell California Least Terns (Sternula antillarum browni) can be seen plunge-diving for fish at several East Bay locations in the summer but seeing
Originally published on June 15 in Bay Nature By Lia Keener and Mukta Patil Birders sometimes have competitions to see who can find the most