There are many reasons the lands within the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor have been protected. This section focuses on the background, history, and planning efforts within the Corridor.

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  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    View frequently asked questions about the Wildlife Corridor and get informative answers.
  • MAPS OF THE WILDLIFE CORRIDOR
    Download maps of the Wildlife Corridor that depict protected open spaces, threatened lands, and other important visuals.
  • RESTORATION
    Discover efforts on both sides of the hills to restore the land to its native habitats.
  • NATIVE PEOPLE
    Learn about the residents who inhabited this region thousands of years ago.
  • PARTNERS
    Read the background on federal, state, regional, and local agencies, and non-profits that have united efforts to preserve the Wildlife Corridor.
  • SAVING OPEN SPACE
    Understand the many ingredients that go into preserving natural lands from poorly planned developments.
  • ACQUISITIONS
    See the state investment table of acquisitions in the Wildlife Corridor and a list of chronological acquisitions of Chino Hills State Park.