Yednock Conservation Easement

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Yednock Conservation Easement2018-03-21T12:10:52+00:00

Project Description

The Yednock conservation easement, located northeast of Mono Lake, preserves the natural habitat and scenic vistas found in the Mono Basin.

This remote property is about one mile from the Cedar Hills property, another ESLT conservation project. This close proximity allows greater connectivity for wildlife traveling through the area. Some of the notable species that can be found here include mule deer, mountain lion, American badger, coyote, black-tail jack rabbit, and many others.

Yednock conservation area with snow

 

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Project Details

Size:

480 acres

Location:

Northeast of Mono Lake, adjacent to HWY 167

Date Completed:

Easement donated in December 2007

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