Barry Nerhus, the city’s contract biologist, and Pete Bloom of Bloom Biological Inc. have banded and released two owls in the park in the past two weeks. Both birds appear to have been born last spring and may be sojourning locally as part of a wider migratory route, according to the city.
Because habitat restoration is a long-term commitment, it’s vital to carefully craft cohesive and comprehensive strategies ahead of time, panelists said. Travis Brooks, a biologist and restoration ecologist with Land IQ – a consulting, analytics and research company – compared it to painting an aging wall.
Western Pond Turtles Presentation by Barry Nerhus The purpose of this workshop is to understand what ecological research and monitoring is in progress in Orange County and the surrounding region, to identify topics that will bring researchers,…
Coastal sage scrub and grassland restoration and Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve – Sonoran Joint Venture
Project Description The Orange County Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology (OCSCB) plans to restore 4.8 acres of endangered habitat in the Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve of Orange County, California.