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In addition to restoring a population of Bald Eagles and California Condors to central California (the latter in progress), Ventana Wildlife Society has completed many other conservation projects with a variety of companies, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and private individuals. Projects range from protecting Snowy Plovers and Least Terns through avian predator management, preparing Avian Protection Plans and Eagle Conservation Plans, long-term bird banding and population monitoring, and Spotted Owl surveys. See comprehensive list of technical reports and peer-reviewed publications.
Find out more about some of our current and recent projects through this interactive map. These projects were all conducted to conserve native wildlife and their habitats through trapping, monitoring, surveying, and/or conservation planning for the following species:
We also conduct surveys for a variety of other listed or special concern species, including:
We look forward to working with you! Find out more about recent projects by clicking on our interactive map or selecting the following links:
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