Learn about the Hsi Lai Temple project, the Liberty Canyon bridge and other wildlife corridors, and how to avoid social trails to keep our natural lands in great shape. Read the July E-Newsletter.
Hills For Everyone is participating in the P-22 Wildlife Wonderland event as an exhibitor. The virtual event starts at 11 AM tomorrow (Saturday, October 24) with activities for kids, virtual exhibitor booths, music, prizes, games, and more! We hope you … Read More
A video/conference call/live stream meeting started at 9:30 this morning. The agenda item we were waiting for was #32 (of 33). The item began at 3:45, with comments starting around 4:30. Our item ended at 5:53. Who hangs on a … Read More
Check out the Fall 2019 Newsletter. It covers: Why Cougars Count Madrona Esperanza Hills Puente Hills Preserve Grows We Lost a Friend (Judy Hathaway Francis) Park Hours Change 104 Year Fire Study Released Send us an email with your name and complete … Read More
The cougars in the Santa Ana and Santa Monica Mountains face dire consequences if these “islands” of habitat are not connected. The cougars are genetically isolated, which causes inbreeding, and that means the mountain lions face local extinction. Corridors connecting … Read More
The Transportation Corridor Agency is installing wildlife fencing on the 241 North to reduce car collisions with animals. The targeted animals are deer, coyotes, bobcats and cougars. To monitor their work there are multiple wildlife cameras both at jump offs, … Read More