Bay Area Fog Creates Puddles for The Animals

The Bay Area actually has a desert climate. We usually have rains in the winter and the spring, but not in the summer nor in the fall. However, because of the fog, which is often present in the early mornings, the pine needles and leaves of tall trees collect moisture from the fog and drop it as “rain”. Puddles are formed which allow our animals to find water without having to go too far, without having to seek out a flowing stream.

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