Members of the Golden Gate Live Steamers — located just downhill from the Redwood Valley Railway — make and repair their own engines and give free rides to the public.
Jessica Carew Kraft’s new book chronicles her paleolithic Berkeley lifestyle of tracking coyote scat near Grizzly Peak, foraging for loquats and redwood sorrel and feeding her daughters raccoon meat.
The non-toxic Azolla fern crept into the Tilden lake’s swimming area for the second year in a row. The park district’s new aquatic harvester will clear the fern.
The Tilden watering hole is officially open to swimming for the first summer since 2019.
He strikes a balance between the needs of animals and the public. Feeding is allowed; just don’t pet Jack Rabbit.
Here are spots where you can experience beautiful flowers, some in Berkeley and some a short drive away.
Tilden Regional Park and Grizzly Peak Boulevard turned into a winter wonderland Friday as several inches of snow brought sledders, hikers and snowball fighters into the hills.
Wednesday and Thursday’s heavy rains turned the area’s rivulets into rushing waterways.
A first-of-its-kind analysis looked at the health of East Bay wildlife, from bats to bobcats and salamanders to steelhead. Two major mapping projects will dive deep into vegetation and wildfire hazard.
The small rock garden, highlighting native alpine plants from the high Sierra Nevada, opened on Saturday in the Tilden botanic garden.
Max Lambert and a team of wildlife experts are checking in on the health of Western pond turtles living in Jewel Lake.
With sediment building up, the future of the Tilden Park lake is now being decided.