Humans aren’t the only creatures affected by our drought. Last winter’s historically low rainfall is reshaping the habits and habitats of West Marin’s wildlife—helping some, hurting others.

“Wherever there is water, animals are pulling in closer to it,” naturalist and tracker Richard Vacha said. 

While fog helps keep the region . . .

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