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  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}] Credit: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Northeast Region /Flickr/ Creative Commons License The California least terns that had set up shop at the newly ...
  • ... are migratory seabirds that breed primarily along the California coast. Only two other sites have been found in L.A. County. ... Creative Commons License [ Update : The Least Terns have left. Read our updated story here .] The ...
  • ... project that divided Los Angeles environmentalists, California State Parks says a fish species missing for decades has been ... and marshes have played host to nesting California least terns , which had not nested in the lagoon for 70 years, and to ... on the merits of the project, that seems like good news . Which might be why State Parks' announcement of the steelhead ...
  • ... improved water quality and oxygen flow, and increased wildlife . [scald=76598:kl_image_original_context ... Lagoon Restoration Project , the Bay Foundation and California State Parks has released the " Malibu Lagoon Restoration ... to flow throughout the lagoon , especially in the back channels. It also found an increase in benthic invertebrate and fish ...
  • ... lagoon that could not support the birds and wildlife here," said Shelley Luce, SMBRC Executive Director, who also joined ... and wildlife than it does now. The project would bring back over two acres of wetlands. All this sounds like a naturalist's ...
  • Logging has seriously hurt the California spotted owl, say two wildlife groups who want the bird protected under the Endangered ... is allowed have seen decline in owl numbers for at least two decades. That, say the petitioners, is partly because both the ...
  • ... visit its two main soft-bottom areas: Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Refuge and Glendale Narrows . There's a reason why these are ... head or two popping up out of the water, and then diving back down. Prado Wetlands There's a patch of wetlands in ...
  • Endangered species news hardly ever comes with happy endings. But on a popular tourist island off the California coast, a frankly endearing wildlife species has come back from the verge of extinction in the last decade, with a little help from ...
  • California State Parks has dramatically cutback on watering tens of thousands ... California State Parks Los Angeles District, told Video News West. Some 68,000 native plants were reintroduced to the Malibu ... project that was completed in March , according to Sap. An irrigation system, with water from L.A. County Waterworks District 29, was ...
  • ... and eating grounds for walking, flying, and swimming wildlife alike. Native American tribes hunted some of the animals for food ... -- thus recharging underground aquifers or sending it back to sea -- and every other living thing in it thrived accordingly. ...

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