The following items are designed to help you and your family, visitors, and friends learn more about local nature here in San Francisco. They are priced to help support our organization’s general operations and include shipping and handling. Thank you so much for supporting Nature in the City with today’s purchase.


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This third edition, 2018 map tells stories of earth-shaking forces, charismatic species, and changing urban habitats in San Francisco, weaved together with original artwork and design by Jane Kim, Mary Ellen Hannibal, and Leah Elamin. Framed, the map is a beautiful focal point for your home or office. For teachers, the map is a great resource in the classroom and on field trips to enhance the scientific and environmental curriculum. A must-have for anyone who loves to discover and rediscover nature in the city. A masterpiece created by local scientists, naturalists, and artists - what a gift it makes! To learn more, visit:

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Illustrated by Liam O'Brien, this beautiful guide highlights the diversity of butterfly species that can be found throughout San Francisco. It also reveals the best places in the city to see butterflies taking to the skies and the plants on which their caterpillars feed. Find the endangered mission blue at Twin Peaks, spot the rarely-sighted California sister along Lobos Creek, and glimpse the iridescent green hairstreak in the Golden Gate Heights neighborhood.

The Western Tiger Swallowtail butterfly has made a home of San Francisco's Market Street. Through the perspective of the butterfly, the city's civic spine looks like a river canyon - its natural ecosystem. This guide is a celebration of nature in a rather unnatural environment. See the bustling city with new eyes - notice a yellow-faced bumble bee pollinate an American dandelion, trace the path of a western tiger swallowtail as it glides between buildings, and marvel at the bright red feathers of the house finch.

Green Hairstreak butterflies are now abundant in the Golden Gate Heights neighborhood, where they were rediscovered in 2006. Then, populations were small and isolated. Today, there are 11 habitat sites to explore with this self-guided walking tour, including the 16th Avenue Tiled steps and Hawk Hill, with sweeping 360º views of the city. Learn about the butterfly's life cycle and what you can do to help us create more connectivity between habitats.

Get a hold of this time-honored San Francisco treasure by artist Nancy Morita. This beautiful poster is great for classrooms and creative education of all kinds. Learn about San Francisco in the 1990s and the sand dunes, Ohlone villages, grasslands, saltwater marshes, and more that existed before 1750. Map measures 22" x 36".

The Crosstown Trail is a newly established route in San Francisco that runs from Candlestick Point in the southeast corner of the city to Lands End in the northwest corner. Usable by both pedestrians and bicyclists, it connects many major parks, neighborhoods, and public transit. Show your support through wearing our special gear!
Include size preferences in the Comments and Questions box below. Printed on Bella canvas adult shirts, silk-screened locally in San Francisco. For more information, visit:

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