San Francisco Bay Area national parks support over 250 different species of resident and migratory birds
Despite urban development and habitat fragmentation, San Francisco Bay Area national parks support a diverse population of mammals.
San Francisco Bay Area national parks' rivers, streams, and oceans are home to a wide range of fish species.
Reptiles and amphibians (herps) represent an important part of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
A variety of invertebrate species inhabit the lands and waters of San Francisco Bay Area Parks.
Last updated: December 18, 2018