They’re back!

They’re back!

We are so pleased to see one of the NBHCP’s “Covered Species,” the Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia), back on Conservancy property! Going back 15 years, the owl used to be seen frequently on Conservancy mitigation lands. At the time, we documented too-common...

December 5, 2022 Compensation & Governance Committee Meeting

Compensation & Governance Committee MeetingDecember 5, 20224:00 p.m. Meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Select here to join the meeting. Or call 1 (669) 900-6833, webinar ID 833 7015 1173, passcode 711102 Meeting facilities are accessible to persons with...

November 4, 2022 Audit Committee Meeting

Audit Committee MeetingNovember 4, 2022 Time and Location 12:00 p.m. Meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Select to attend the November 4 Audit Committee Meeting via Zoom. Or call 1 (669) 900-6833, webinar ID 839 7932 9819, passcode 499915 Meeting facilities are...
It Really, Really Works!

It Really, Really Works!

The Conservancy causes the planting of various kinds of crops that promote Swainson’s hawk foraging. One of those crops is alfalfa. In this series of photos, you can see a Conservancy alfalfa field in the process of being harvested. Soon, a Swainson’s hawk lands on...

June 1, 2022 Board Meeting Agenda

Implementation Annual Meeting and Regular Meeting Board of DirectorsJune 1, 2022 Time and Location Meeting to be held in-person and virtually via Zoom. Select here to attend the June 1, 2022 meeting via Zoom. Or call 1 (669) 900-6833, webinar ID 865 6877 45264:00 p.m....