The Conservancy has added several new Research & Education Series papers to its web site database. The new papers include a 2008 status report on giant garter snakes in the Natomas Basin, a report on monitoring avian productivity on a Conservancy preserve, and fish sampling on a wetland pond on the Conservancy’s BKS preserve. The papers are designed to document scientific activity on Conservancy preserves, and do so for students, educators, the media and the general public. The reports are posted on a periodic basis, and are available at no cost. To find the papers on the Conservancy’s web site, visit the Research & Education Series section under “Education”.
Each year, the Conservancy must file an Implementation Annual Report with the state and federal Wildlife Agencies as well as to all “parties” to the Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan (NBHCP). The Metro Air Park Habitat Conservation Plan is also included in the circulation. The Executive Summary of the Implementation… Continue Reading 2021 Implementation Annual Report