Category: Conservation

Really Short Notice: Volunteers Needed for Bighorn Sheep Survey March 9 and 10

Well, I won’t be counting Bald Eagles today, but it looks like there’s still something to go out and count: sheep! According to the website HERE, sign-ups are now closed for this year’s count, but there are a few spaces that ‘might be’ available if you contact the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.  From …

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Think Outside – Planning Your National Parks Visits

It’s never too late to start planning on turning off the television, shutting down the computer, and getting your butt outside. The United States National Park Service is the federal agency that manages all of our national parks. The agency was created in August, 1916, through a campaign by Stephen Mather, J. Horace McFarland and …

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Mountain Section of Bald Eagle Count for TODAY – CANCELLED!

Just got up this morning, and saw that the mountain areas portion Bald Eagle Count scheduled for today has been cancelled due to snow and road conditions. The affected areas are: Big Bear Lake Lake Hemet Lake Gregory Lake Arrowhead The Bald Eagle Count will still take place at Lake Silverwood and Lake Perris. While I’m …

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