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Conservation Confluence October 2019

Conservation Confluence

NEWS FROM WHF

Our thoughts go out to the many who are affected by wildfires throughout our state.

On a lighter note, this week is Bat Week, an annual celebration throughout the world. Bats are the only mammals that can fly, and they are fantastic pollinators and pest managers. California is home to 25 species of bats,and due to population declines, 17 of those species receive state and federal protection. You can learn more about these fascinating mammals here: www.batweek.org.

My best,

Darla Guenzler, Executive Director

 


PRESERVING VALUABLE WILDLIFE HABITAT

WHF recently completed a conservation easement to permanently protect Roberts Ranch, a 241-acre property nestle in the rolling hills of Contra Costa County. The Property provides high-quality habitat for Alameda whipsnake and contains vital oak/bay woodlands, scrub/shrub habitat and wetlands.

-Kelly Velasco, Associate Director


WHF TRIVIA NIGHT!

Wildlife Heritage Foundation Trivia Night on March 20, 2020 at The Blue Goose, Loomis

Mark your calendar and make sure to join us on March 20, 2020 at the Blue Goose in Loomis for another round of Wildlife Heritage Foundation Trivia Night! The evening will be a mix of fun and food all while playing a friendly round if trivia. All proceeds benefit the WHF Outdoor Education Program, connecting thousands of Placer County youth to the outdoors through hands-on experiences at our nature preserves.

Help us continue to make our programs FREE and available to teachers and students throughout our region! To buy your tickets visit: https://www.wildlifeheritage.org/whf-trivia-night-march-20-2020/.

-Veronica Griffiths, Education Coordinator

 

 

 

 


 

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