What was the Bay Area like when prehistoric mammals—mammoths, camels, saber-toothed cats—roamed the vast river valley that would eventually become the San Francisco Bay? On March 30, four new exhibitions open at the Bolinas Museum that explore Bay Area natural history, both ancient and contemporary.

In the main gallery, “Changing California: Historical Ecology of . . .

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