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Tesla Road, 8/9

It was a great night for an evening drive along Tesla Road in eastern Livermore. The objective was to look for San Joaquin Kit Foxes, but we failed to find them. Kit Foxes are both nocturnal and extremely difficult to see. We did, however, manage to see several other species of Bay Area animals. As […]

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Coyote Creek Lagoon, 6/28

A quick walk in Coyote Creek Lagoon last Sunday yielded little overall diversity of species, however we had great sightings of a Forster’s Tern dipping and flying in breeding plumage. A big flock of American Avocets, Marbled Godwits, and Long-billed Curlews also took off in beautiful shapes and patterns. Other interesting species seen were Snowy Egrets […]

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Users Advisory Group, 6/18 – East Alameda County Conservation Strategy

I attended about the first 50 minutes or so today, June 18th, of the Users Advisory Group meeting for the EACCS. To get some background, please go to their website here.  Their website has a lot of good information. I would like to praise them for the amazing job they have done with utilizing their website […]

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