The new moon on March 2 prompts some higher morning tides of six feet or more, with corresponding extra-low afternoon tides good for beach combing.

A sign of springlike weather: the emergence of ladybugs. Also known as ladybird beetles, they overwinter either in oak leaf litter or in large masses that can be seen around Devil’s Gulch and . . .

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