EHL Newsletter • Summer 2019
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EHL seeks State protection for San Bernardino kangaroo rat
Given the past failure of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and urgent threats to the species’ survival, EHL asked the State of California to protect the beleaguered animal.
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EHL files suit against Otay Ranch development
Due to its effects on endangered species and the golden eagle, inconsistency with the regional habitat plan, and extraordinary fire hazard, EHL has sued the County of San Diego.
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EHL in the News
For many years, EHL has advocated against expanding the “urban wildland interface” and creating more fire risk. EHL co-authored an op-ed and was quoted in the media.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Leonardo’s Pigeons

Gray pigeons strut the piazza’s flags, they eye
the scraps Leonardo’s had no want to eat;
their muted hues he notes and muses why?
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