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Careless Humans Kill 1,500 Terns
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We can only hope that future generations of Elegant Terns do not face the same fate as the ones from this year. Can you imagine and entire colony killed because of careless human actions? This is exactly why Chino Hills … Read More

Chino Champion Covers Conservation Funding
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Thank you to the Champion Newspapers for continuing to cover Hills For Everyone’s work on Chino Hills State Park. This article captures the May 2021 Wildlife Conservation Board meeting where funding was appropriated for two acquisitions next to the State … Read More

Homes May NOT Be Built in Wildfire Zones
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State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara proposes discouraging home building in wildfire prone areas to reduce the losses of lives and property. Insurance companies have begun pulling out of fire zones due to the high potential of catastrophic losses. In order … Read More

Wildlife Movement Areas Gain Traction
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From Vermont to Montana, California to Florida–the retrofitting of roadways with wildlife overpasses or underpasses is finally gaining traction. With ~1.5 million vehicle-wildlife collisions each year and costing more than $8 billion annually it is time we start providing safe … Read More