EHL Newsletter Winter 2015
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Vail Lake in Riverside County purchased by water district
Seven thousand acres of largely pristine wildlife habitat surrounding Vail Lake – long dreamed of for conservation – were acquired for watershed protection purposes.
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Los Angeles County approves progressive Antelope Valley land use plan
Major environmental and planning gains were achieved though last minute changes weakened the Significant Ecological Areas.
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EHL works to prevent species extinction in San Bernardino
EHL submitted scientific information to state and federal agencies in order to help prevent the extinction of the highly endangered San Bernardino kangaroo rat.
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Orange County preserve gains long-missing habitat land

When adopted in 1996, almost all of the 37,378 acres of the Central-Coastal Natural Community Conservation Plan/Habitat Conservation Plan were in place. Now, the key missing parcel has been conserved.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
Hermit Thrush
By Jess Morton

The soft “chup” from deep in the shrubbery is easy to translate.
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