According to the California Natural Resources Agency 31% of California (or 32.9 million acres) is comprised of the “shrublands and chaparral” habitat type. Much of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor is shrublands and chaparral also.
Newly seated Senator Alex Padilla is advancing the creation of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument through recently introduced legislation. The bill also proposes to improve and protect one million acres of land throughout California. The National Monument includes the … Read More
Congrats to our partner across the hills–the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority–for its great restoration work in the Puente Hills Preserve. The latest $2.5M restoration project was featured in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Keep up the great work and … Read More
With the holiday season in full swing, we thought we’d remind everyone that our favorite ‘hemiparasitic plant” (aka mistletoe) is protected in our parklands. This means, while it is fun to “kiss under the mistletoe” (virus aside!), if it is … Read More
The Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority opens some trails on Saturday, May 9th. Read the description from the post below about which Preserve trails/parking lots are accessible. Please also remain safe through physical distancing, face masks are required, and no … Read More
Did you know that there are 138 lupine species native to California? They are easy to identify with their stalk of flowers and distinct leaf shape. The mix of California lupines vary in color from purple to pink, yellow to … Read More