Some may think winter is a quiet time for nature in the Bay Area. SF Bay Bird Observatory biologist and lifelong birder Alvaro Jaramillo has news for them: during wintertime in our region the bird population explodes! He points out many resident and migrating species of sparrow along the trail to Cowell Ranch Beach, and comments on ocean birds when he reaches the shoreline. Raptors are also active at this time of year and a few fly by before the end of this walk just south of Half Moon Bay. Alvaro takes a moment to converse directly with the birds!
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June 24, 2022

The End of Roe: A PBS NewsHour Special Report

With today's announcement of the Supreme Court's decision on abortion, KRCB will air The End of Roe: A PBS NewsHour Special Report tonight, June 24, at 6:30 PM PT, immediately following PBS NewsHour at 5:30. This 30-minute program, hosted by Judy Woodruff, will look at the division on the court,…
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