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.
There are many agencies, groups, and residents working to protect SoCal landscapes and within the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. Today’s shout out goes to our partner on the west side of the hills the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority. Nearly … Read More
We hired local biologist Robb Hamilton to review the Hsi Lai Temple Monastery project and its impacts to the Wildlife Corridor. Check out his early review. Comments on the Notice of Preparation of the Environmental Impact Report are due by … Read More
It appears the reminder needs to be made that fireworks are illegal in all of the communities surrounding the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This is the second fire for the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority in or near its preserves in just … 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
While the trails are closed during the stay at home orders, we thought it might be fun to live vicariously through a staff member. So here is a view from Coyote Trail in the Hacienda Hills Preserve…. brought to you … Read More
Come with sturdy shoes and be ready to get dirty and possibly paint! We will have beautification projects such as painting, raking, and weeding. There will also be a craft table and a snack/water station. Please bring a refillable water … Read More