They’ve been called “California’s Galapagos.” Nearly 30 miles west of the Golden Gate Bridge lie the Farallon Islands. This year marks their 100th anniversary as a national wildlife refuge. While the islands are off limits to tourists, reporter Lauren Sommer caught a rare – and rough ride with marine researchers to learn about how unpredictable changes in our climate could be affecting life there.

Journey to the Farallones 27 July,2012

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