CNLM News

PARdon me, What’s that App?

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CNLM staff announced today that their recently designed “PAR App” is available to the public on a subscription basis. Based on previous versions of CNLM’s "PAR" program (Property Analysis Record) and decades of experience, the PAR App reflects improvements in accessibility and functionality of this...

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CNLM Monitoring Provides Many Benefits

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The Center for Natural Lands Management (CNLM) monitors various species of animals and plants on their preserves for multiple purposes.   For example, at CNLM’s Lokern and Semitropic Ridge Preserves in Kern County, California, the abundance of small mammals is monitored annually to provide important information...

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Lindsay Wildlife Experience: We’ve got your back!

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When floods in the spring of 2017 inundated CNLM’s Oxbow Preserve in Lathrop, California, CNLM Preserve Manager Erik Gantenbein provided some additional onsite protection for the endangered resident riparian brush rabbit and monitored the site carefully and frequently, looking for any rabbits in distress. However,...

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Wildlife caught … on camera!

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Remote cameras are an important tool for CNLM Preserve Managers to monitor wildlife at our Preserves.  The Prichard Lake Preserve provides perfect habitat, and many tasty crawdads, for many species, such as this family of North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) with their pups (above),...

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Graffiti Vandals!

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It looks cute, even romantic. You may remember finding graffiti on an old tree or seeing it in a movie. Where The Red Fern Grows, an old family favorite, centers around a heart carved on a tree with ‘Dan and Ann’ carved inside. Romantic. Iconic....

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CNLM Awarded Grant to Study Endangered Species

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The Center for Natural Lands Management (CNLM) was recently awarded funds for a project to stabilize and improve a local population of a state and federal endangered species, palmate-bracted bird’s-beak (Chloropyron palmatum), on CNLM’s Alkali Grasslands Preserve (Preserve) and adjacent sites in Yolo County, California....

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