Vol 15 No 2 Spring 2005
The Endangered Habitats League is dedicated to the protection of the diverse ecosystems of Southern California and to sensitive and sustainable land use for the benefit of all the region's inhabitants. The EHL Newsletter is published quarterly to chronicle our plans, activities, and successes.
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San Antonio Wash Safe –– For Now

The City of Claremont protected one of Southern California’s few remaining alluvial fans, the San Antonio Wash, by denying an attempt to open it up to sand mining. But the mining company is not giving up.
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Earth Discovery Institute Serves San Diego Youth
The EHL-founded Earth Discovery Institute is located at the Crestridge Ecological Reserve, east of San Diego.  Its environmental education programs have reached over 1000 students and Urban Corps youth.
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Palos Verdes Peninsula NCCP Launched
A recent ribbon cutting ceremony brought out local community organizations and a bevy of elected officials in support of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Natural Community Conservation Plan, or NCCP.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton:
Great Horned Owl

Every bird in the neighborhood was there. The ancient tree seemed to explode with their turmoil. Birds flew and hopped, chattered and screamed.
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Poetry

Carpenter Bee

       By Jess Morton
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EHL in the News

The public learned of our positions on off highway vehicles (OHVs) in Riverside County, a proposed mine south of Temecula, and on traffic fees in San Diego County.
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