Journal archives for June 2018

June 20, 2018

LA’s Wildlife Corridors Face Extinction – City Must Act on Building Permits!

Establishing wildlife corridors in our hillsides is an essential step in this effort because you can't protect the wildlife without protecting their habitat.”

That is the goal and without action from the City, the remaining wildlife who live in corridors connecting their habitats could face extinction. Trapped within a small radius with nowhere to go, it would not be long before these animals would be unable to transit for feeding and finding mates. They would slowly die off in what could be a single and lonely demise, often through slow starvation.

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June 12, 2018

Clean Streams Key to Aiding Recovery of Endangered Frogs in California.

June 12, 2018 – Scientists working in the Santa Monica mountains of California recently announced that endangered red-legged frogs are successfully breeding on their own in four streams there, for the first time since the 1970s. It’s a huge success for a reintroduction program that began four years ago – and an important story about water quality.

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June 29, 2018

Efforts to Restore the Los Angeles River Collide With a Gentrifying City.

Three centuries ago, the Los Angeles River was a rich riparian ecosystem—a burbling channel meandering along the base of the Santa Monica Mountains and through miles of wetlands and marshes. Cottonwoods and oaks dotted its banks. Grizzly bears hunted for steelhead along its shores.

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