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Counting California's White Shark Population

  How many white sharks are swimming in California’s coastal waters? A new survey debunks an earlier claim that the marine predators’ numbers are declining, and that the species as a whole is endangered.

  Sharks are generally solitary creatures, says George Burgess, but they can be found in sizable groups at locations where their preferred food sources are abundant.

The Sonoma and Marin coast is dotted with such “aggregation” sites for the Whites, Burgess adds, such as Goat Rock Beach near Jenner, and around the mouth of Tomales Bay.

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Apr 23

Birders Can Get Their Fill At Sonoma County Parks Celebration 2015

If you're interested in bird watching, this year's Parks Celebration 2015 has got you covered.
Apr 22

Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences

ACEs—Adverse Childhood Experiences—have been identified as a frequent root cause of poor health and bad behaviors.
Apr 22

The Native People of the Sonoma Coast

The Sonoma County coast has been populated for at least 8000 years, and life for the native people there didn’t change much over most of that time.
Apr 21

The North Bay’s Tight Housing Market Assessed

Rental vacancies across the North Bay are at record lows these days, and some regional housing market observers say that’s not likely to change any time soon.
Apr 20

Connecting New Farmers with Land

Sonoma County prides itself on its agricultural history, but high land costs are making it difficult for the next generation of farmers to get a foothold. An alliance of farmers, landowners and…