Swall Wildlife Preserve

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Project Description

Swall Wildlife Preserve protects an important section of the migration corridor for the Round Valley mule deer herd. Combined with adjacent land owned by the California Department of Fish and Game and Bureau of Land Management, and ESLT’s existing conservation easements in Swall Meadows, this 60-acre property helps ensure safe passage through the migration bottleneck for many species of wildlife.

Click here to learn more about conservation in Swall Meadows and the Round Valley mule deer

Plan Your Visit

This property is owned by Eastern Sierra Land Trust, and is open to the public. If you visit, please help protect the rich diversity of plant and animal life found at Swall Wildlife Preserve by following these simple rules:

  • Enjoy your visit on foot
  • Motor vehicles and bicycles prohibited
  • Pets allowed only on leash
  • Horseback riding prohibited
  • No harassment of wildlife permitted
  • Camping, stoves, and fires are prohibited
  • Pack out all trash
  • No hunting or shooting

For directions and information about the Swall Wildlife Preserve, contact us

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Project Details

Size:

60 acres

Location:

Swall Meadows, Mono County

Date Completed:

December 2011

Property Owner:

Eastern Sierra Land Trust

Funding Source:

  • California Wildlife Conservation Board
  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Program Area: