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Habitat Restoration Lecture

Habitat Restoration is still a new science with much to offer and the Rancho Mission Viejo Habitat Reserve is a place where the principles of this new science are being applied across a variety of habitats. Much of this restoration benefits the many special animals that occur within the Habitat Reserve including the California gnatcatcher. Least Bell’s vireo has benefitted significantly by past restoration efforts which have created substantial areas of willow forest that is now occupied by this species. Rare plants are also the subject of restoration efforts within the Habitat Reserve. Please enroll online. Thank you!

Date & Time

July 13, 2016

7:00PM - 8:30PM

Add to Calendar 07/13/201607:00 PM 07/13/201608:30 PM America/Los_Angeles Habitat Restoration Lecture Habitat Restoration is still a new science with much to offer and the Rancho Mission Viejo Habitat Reserve is a place where the principles of this new... More info at www.sanclementejournal.com/events/90395/habitat-restoration-lecture The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo 28811 Ortega Hwy. , San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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