SF Endangered Species Bike Tour

"Join this bike ride to observe some of the threatened flora and fauna dwelling in the wild northwestern corner of San Francisco. Travel to a few locations and check in on a variety of imperiled birds, animals, and plants before ending at the Sports Basement in the Presidio for a kick-off party for the 2010 Endangered Species Big Year."

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Endangered Species Big Year Bike Tour

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From SFBC: Bring the 2010 Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year to a close with a great bike ride to observe some of the imperiled plants and animals clinging to survival in San Francisco’s wild northwestern corner. The ride will start off searching for Humpback Whale, Steller Sea Lion, Southern Sea Otters, and Marbled […]

Wild Equity: Big Year Bike Ride

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From Wild Equity: Join Wild Equity Institute on a bike ride led by Brent Plater through San Francisco to see and save several endangered species within the Golden Gate National Parks. The route will offer the opportunity to see the Gowen Cypress, Marbled Murrelet, Raven’s Manzanita, Humpback Whale, San Francisco Lessingia, the Western Snowy Plover, and the Steller Sea Lion. This is […]

Today’s Headlines

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State Transit Funding Will Require Compromise on Gas Tax Swap (SF Examiner) Jerry Brown Defends His Proposal to Cut Redevelopment Agency Funding (SF Gate) Republican State Senator Introduces Bill “To Reexamine” CAHSR (Enterprise-Record) CAHSR To Purchase Land In and Around L.A.’s Union Station (AP via SF Gate) Bikes and Streetcars Can Be Friends (Joyride via […]

Peninsula Bike Party Earth Ride

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From Peninsula Bike Party: Celebrate THE EARTH with Peninsula Bike Party! According to a random blog post I found, there are perhaps 10,000,000,000,000 planets in our galaxy and 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the entire universe. We bike just one: THE EARTH. 530 people have been in space, defined as 100 km above THE EARTH’s surface by […]

Sprawl Is Not an Endangered Species

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Today on the Streetsblog Network, member blog Sprawled Out takes on haters of New Urbanism — specifically, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel columnist Patrick McIlheran, who wrote a piece lauding a designer of subdivisions named Rick Harrison. McIlheran quotes Harrison saying, "People don’t want to walk five minutes to a park. They want to see it outside their […]