Baylands of South San Francisco Bay
Where the valley’s rivers meet the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, is known to be a biodiversity hot spot. The wetlands are home to many different types of wildlife. The most diverse are no doubt the birds, migration season brings traveling flocks of waterfowl and shore birds. Also inhabiting the area are foxes and raptors that prey on rodents and small birds year around. Another remarkable resident is the Wester Pygmy Blue, the smallest butterfly in the world, with a wing span range of 3/8″-3/4″.