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Conservation Confluence April 2019

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News From WHF

Spring is a busy time for nature – and for WHF! We are deep into annual stewardship monitoring and land management activities. Make sure to join us this Saturday at McBean Park in Lincoln for our Creek Cleanup! See article below for details.

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Darla Guenzler, Executive Director


West Nature Preserve

West Nature Preserve Located in Sacramento County, the West Nature Preserve’s stunning vernal pools provide habitat for the federally endangered tadpole shrimp and the federally threatened vernal pool fairy shrimp. Its year-round wetlands and grasslands provide habitat for otters, beavers and many bird species, including tri-colored blackbirds. WHF is working with McClellan Park to hold the conservation easement on this 222-acre preserve, slated to be recorded in the coming months.

-Kelly Velasco, Associate Director


Urban Oasis

Urban oasis More than two dozen egrets and herons are raising their young in this rookery, located in the Sun City Lincoln Hills Onsite Preserve. Nothing tops seeing wildlife habitat thrive year after year and we look forward to seeing many fledglings soon!

-Kelly Velasco, Associate Director

 

 


Let’s Go Outside!

Let's Go Outside!Take it Outside California! is a statewide initiative that takes place the first weekend in May of each year. It is an opportunity to connect Californians to outdoor places and experiences. Wildlife Heritage Foundation in conjunction with Take It Outside California! is hosting an Auburn Ravine Creek Clean-Up at McBean Park on Saturday May 4th from 9am-12pm. Join us! For more information or to RSVP, please contact Veronica Griffiths at [email protected]

-Veronica Griffiths, Education Coordinator

 


 

 

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