Muir Woods Mammals and More

By Stuart Thornton, National Geographic Roving Reporter, with editorial graffiti by his editor It is nighttime in Muir Woods National Park, and we wonder what animals might be scampering around under the giant redwood trees.   Before heading out on the two-mile loop around the park, the leader of our BioBlitz “Mammals and More” inventory hike, Dave MacKenzie, says that it is possible to see … Continue reading Muir Woods Mammals and More

Meet the Parks #BioBlitz2014

With their powers combined, the Golden Gate National Parks encompass more than 80,000 acres and 91 miles of shoreline along the northern California coast, and are home to an amazing array of biodiversity, including over half of the bird species of North America and nearly one-third of California’s plant species. Muir Woods National Monument, Fort Point National Historic Site, and Golden Gate National Recreation Area represent the vast … Continue reading Meet the Parks #BioBlitz2014