Sonoma County’s wildlife makes impressive rebound after fire.

How wildlife dealt with the fire here is a matter of intense interest. For naturalists, park and wild space managers, the recent burns offer a historically unique opportunity to learn what actually happens when flames sweep through local ecosystems. Studies and observation projects are now underway in preserves like Pepperwood and Bouverie, in Regional and State Parks, and protected spaces such as the Glen Oaks, Sears Point and Sonoma Mountain properties managed by Sonoma Land Trust, which all suffered during the fires.

Publicado por biohexx1 biohexx1, 22 de junio de 2018


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