Area: 3 Acres
Location: San Joaquin County
Date Acquired: 1994
Acquisition Type: CNLM holds a conservation easement to protect imperiled species and habitats that exist on the preserve in perpetuity. The preserve is owned by third party.
The Patrick Connolly Preserve was established in 1994 as mitigation for a nearby powerline project. CNLM holds a conservation easement to protect the Preserve in perpetuity.
The Preserve is located within the rolling hills of the eastern Coast Range and set within a larger privately owned cattle ranch. The Preserve’s habitat consists of annual grassland typical of the area and provides habitat for the San Joaquin Kit Fox (Vulpes macrotis mutica).
CNLM holds a conservation easement and is responsible for monitoring the management of the site for the benefit of San Joaquin Kit Fox. Cattle grazing is used to maintain short grass habitats that are essential for this species. The purpose of the conservation easement is to help ensure that the property will be retained in perpetuity in open space condition and prevent any use of the property that will impair or interfere with conservation values of the Preserve.
Due to the vulnerability of the species and habitats that exist on this Preserve, it is not open to the public.
For information on Patrick Connolly Preserve or Center for Natural Lands Management please contact Amy Richey, Preserve Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760.731.7790 extension 227.