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December 20, 2011                                                                                                                              srowe@audubon.org

Range Fencing - A Proper Method to Protect Wildlife

Audubon Land Stewardship in the Kern River Valley & Southern Sierra Nevada

Open Top Vent and Marker Pipes Kill Birds

Shut Your Pipes Flyer

Southern Sierra Research Station Flyer on Open Pipes

Projects

Kern River Preserve Habitat Restoration

Restoration News

Monofilament Hurts: Help Wildlife and People

Monofilament Flyer

INVASIVE PLANTS

Kern River Valley Invasive Species Information

Giant Cane, Arundo donax

Perennial Pepperweed, Lepidium latifolium

Purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria

Salt Cedar, Tamarix ramossisima

VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS

Volunteer Workdays

Cowboy Cleanup at the Sprague Ranch

Kern County Fire Department Helps Audubon and Fish & Game with Invasive Weeds

Kern Valley Pride Day

Kern Valley Pride Day

Fencing is a necessary part of modern American life especially in ranching areas where property boundaries are protected from roaming grazing animals. Most fence is made of barbed wire which can injure wildlife that crawls under the wire and more seriously entangle animals that jump over it.

After witnessing scenes like this on land in the Kern River Valley, Audubon was compelled to make range fencing safer for wildlife.

Audubon is eliminating and replacing poor fencing

Audubon staff and volunteers have removed or modified 10 miles of range fence to make it more wildlife friendly.

 

Audubon Kern River Preserve works to protect and restore habitat in the Southern Sierra Nevada especially in Kern County, California. If you would like to volunteer on one of our many projects, please contact:

Sean Rowe


Fax: (760) 378-2531
Email: srowe@audubon.org
Land Steward
Audubon Kern River Preserve


 

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