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Inyo National Forest Prescribed Fires to Thin Forest

Inyo National Forest Plans Winter/Spring Prescribed Fires Thinning the forest through pile burning restores the forest to more natural conditions In a press release, the Inyo National Forest, which includes the Mono Lake, Mammoth, and White Mountain Ranger Districts of the Inyo National Forest announced that it will be implementing prescribed fire projects in the upcoming […]

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Public Input Sought on Stovepipe Wells Projects in Death Valley National Park

(Press Release: November 23, 2020) DEATH VALLEY, CA – The National Park Service (NPS) seeks feedback on proposed projects near Stovepipe Wells in Death Valley National Park. The NPS intends to increase and enhance recreation opportunities, improve vehicle and pedestrian safety, update utilities and infrastructure, rehabilitate historic buildings, and reduce impacts to park resources.   […]

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Wildlife Rehabilitation: Drought, Smoke, Migration, Starvation

The fall equinox has brought two Great Horned Owls, a Red-shouldered Hawk, a Northern Saw-whet Owl, young raccoons, two Common Loons, a White Pelican, Common Ravens, two Mallards, an Eared Grebe and more to Wildcare Eastern Sierra. These patients have been keeping Wildcare staff and volunteers masked and keeping busy. They struggle to breathe the […]

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