Discover a trove of information and resources on topics relevant to Pacific Coast Science and Learning Center parks as content is migrated here from www.sfnps.org. A few popular topics include:
Coho & Steelhead
Coho salmon and steelhead trout use several of the coastal streams within Golden Gate and Point Reyes.
Point Reyes National Seashore is one of only about a dozen sites where northern elephant seals breed worldwide.
There are 12 species of bats in the immediate San Francisco Bay Area, and most of these can be found in the larger park areas.
Bounded by high and low tides, the intertidal zone is rich in algae and invertebrates.
San Francisco Bay Area national parks support over 250 different species of resident and migratory birds
Climate change—associated with rapid warming of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans—has been underway since the last century.
Last updated: May 2, 2018