Category: Blog Posts

October 31, 2019November 1, 2019
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Marsh Hike

Today we did our “practice” run for the upcoming November 9th San Joaquin Marsh hike. We saw some really cool stuff. If you want to go, you can still register on our website: www.FHBP.org

October 30, 2019November 1, 2019
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Wind/Fire Advisory

Most of SoCal is under a wind advisory, with gusts up to 80 mph, and humidity in the single digits. Report suspicious behavior and alert authorities if you see fire or smoke. Be careful out there.

October 29, 2019November 1, 2019
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When Will We Learn?

Congrats to the Los Angeles Times for this excellent opinion piece on California Wildfires. When will we ever learn? “In the end, the Woolsey fire joined the growing list of monstrous wildfires in California that are apparently becoming the norm. Five of California’s deadliest wildfires have occurred during the last two years. And six of...

October 25, 2019October 25, 2019
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OCTA Ride – 11/16

Join OCTA on an equestrian ride of the Trabuco Rose Preserve, which is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the city of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. This land was preserved as part of the mitigation for impacts to habitat lands from the Authority’s freeway projects. OCTA offers managed access for the public to enjoy the...

October 23, 2019October 25, 2019
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Birds Losing Habitat Quickly

“At a global temperature rise of three degrees Celsius, they found that 389 of those species — or nearly two-thirds of those studied — would become endangered, losing much of their current habitat. Even if some could shift their range northward, they would soon start to run out of room on the map.” Our birds...