Downloads for Nature in San Francisco

In the heart of the city, San Francisco has astounding biological diversity

San Francisco is located in a global biodiversity hotspot. Our city contains dozens of natural ecological communities, harboring a diversity of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, rare and endangered species, and over 450 native plants.

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Comprehensive list of the history of biodiversity policymaking in San Francisco.

Bees and other pollinators and insects in general are declining. Pollinators (bees, birds,...

Rare plants listed by the California Native Plant Society on the Inventory of Rare and...

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A Chronology of Biodiversity and Natural Resources Policymaking in San Francisco

An updated version of rare and endangered plants occurring in San Francisco County.