EHL Newsletter • Spring 2013
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Making wind turbines more wildlife-friendly

In response to EHL’s recommendations on a new ordinance, “small” wind turbines in San Diego will be safer for birds and bats.
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Land use changes threaten San Diego backcountry
San Diego’s scenic backcountry is in play as the County considers new land uses for lands formerly planned for little growth through a voter initiative. EHL commented and urged protection.
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Coalition seeks habitat funding
EHL is part of a statewide coalition seeking to increase federal and state funding for our regional habitat plans.
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The Endangered Species Act is 40 years old

Without the Endangered Species Act, we would not have our regional reserve systems and species after species across the county would be extinct. EHL contributed to news media coverage.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Metamorphoses

I displayed the rare butterfly
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