Follow stories of interest to the enigmatic Hugo and his seductively clever assistant, Sara Dunne currently desktop in their office at DBI better known as Otis Street
Restoration of the tidal marsh in the South Bay begins with opening of a 300 acre pond - the Ravenswood R4 Pond - to the San Francisco Bay for the first time in one hundred years.
This project began 20 years ago when Senator Diane Feinstein proposed the purchase of the 15,000 acres from the salt-making giant, Cargill.
“California Against the Sea: Visions for Our Vanishing Coastline”. Rosanna Xia presents the environmental challenges and goals for a sustainable future along California’s coastlines.
I keep it on my desk - Hugo.
I can only imagine this feeling. How many whales did this worker see entering the Strait of San Francisco in 1933? Today there is a lively mix of Humpbacks and Gray Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins and Harbor Porpoises entering the Bay at their own peril, I might add with the increase of ship traffic to this major port.
This ship begins the story of a blue whale stranded on the Mendocino coast in 2009; a true story of a research vessel colliding with a whale. While stuck in the rugged cove, the whale's final journey takes on fiction as Hugo, the displaced San Francisco building inspector is called to the coast by his cetologist daughter to sort out the mysteries trapped with her whale in Chicken Cove.