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Wildlife Corridor Hike (and some plants too…)

Last Saturday, May 23, about 20 members and interested folks gathered above Swall Meadows for a hike through the the Wheeler Ridge Round Valley mule deer migration corridor led by our executive director Karen Ferrell-Ingram. We toured around the corridor looking at bugs, plants, wildlife, vistas (and thunderclouds!). The location was particularly good for illustrating what a narrow region the many deer and other wildlife must [...]

2017-03-10T14:14:49-08:00May 29th, 2009|Blog|

On the Land

Today I got to wander around one of the ESLT's conservation easements, Benton Hot Springs Ranch, with our Executive Director Karen, our Stewardship Coordinator Aaron, and two Audubon Birding specialists, Claus and Connie Engelhardt. We were preparing for the field trip on Saturday, May 16th, in collaboration with Bill Bramlette, Eastern Sierra Audubon Society and the California Native Plant Society. With the Boundary Peak looming over us, we began making our way [...]

2017-03-03T15:48:00-08:00May 14th, 2009|Blog|
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