Here is an opportunity for our Chino Hills friends to learn more about coyotes during a special event offered by the City and Senator Ling Ling Chang. The event is tonight–hope you can make it!
There are easy ways to help research scientists understand where wildlife cross roads. Sadly, one way is through roadkill data. The California Roadkill Observation System (CROS), is a project of the Road Ecology Center at University of California, Davis. The … Read More
The state bird of California is the quail. It has a distinctive plume and lives in groups known as coveys. They hunt by foraging seeds and leaves on the ground. They also nest on the ground in shallow depressions lined … Read More
Did you know that roads—across the United States—kill more than one million animals PER DAY? This only includes animals found immediately adjacent to the road—not the ones that manage to crawl off the side of the road and die elsewhere. … Read More
Some locations allow for underpasses to connect open spaces, while others require overpasses. Check out this cool overpass in Utah that is reducing collisions with wildlife and is being used by both predators and prey! This is an option here … Read More
This is a good reminder that our wildlands are just that–wild. The mustard has reached 10-12′ in some places, we don’t have the same on the ground visibility that we used to, and that can cause unexpected animal encounters. There … Read More
A new wildlife corridor ordinance was passed in Ventura County. It is in times like these that we can point to policies and say… “look it has been done before, this isn’t something new.” Sometimes it is hard to lead … Read More