Journal archives for July 2019

July 13, 2019

After the devastating Woolsey Fire, Malibu’s landscape is coming back to life.

Just months after the largest wildfire in local history consumed 97,000 acres, animals and wildflowers have returned to the charred hills.

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July 18, 2019

The L.A. River Renewal Planners to Create Green Area to Restore the Wildlife Habitat.

The three design schemes look distinct on paper and include different names — “Island,” “Soft Edge,” “The Yards.” However, they all have the same aim: restore wildlife habitat, plant people-friendly landscapes and develop flood-control methods for a place that has been the topic of so much negligence, deemed, fancying and debate: The L.A. River.

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July 25, 2019

July 31, 2019

Efforts to Save Federally Endangered Frogs, Tadpoles Continue.

Close to one thousand Los Angeles Zoo bred mountain yellow-legged frogs and tadpoles (Rana muscosa) will be released into a tributary to Cooper Canyon, located in the Angeles National Forest. Representatives from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Los Angeles Zoo, and Forest Service will release the tadpoles Aug. 14 as efforts to save this federally endangered species enter their thirteenth year. This marks the second year tadpoles have been released into Angeles National Forest.

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