Monthly Archives: August 2017

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Wildlands’ monitoring master, biologist Kevin Nay, is photographed here basking in the glory of his giant catch that he bagged on Ridge Cut GGS Conservation Bank in Yolo County, California on August 14, 2017.  This male giant garter snake (GGS) was no match for the meticulous placement and stealthy presence of Mr. Nay’s mesh funnel trap. Our biologists have placed approximately 300 traps across the 186-acre site this season. Traps are set out as part of the yearly monitoring effort to capture and mark GGS on the conservation bank. We are also actively establishing presence in an effort to add…

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Wildlands hosted a field tour of our San Luis Rey Mitigation Bank (“Bank”) for the regional IRT training course held in Southern California at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in July. On the final day of the course, Regulators had the opportunity to visit the Bank for an instructional presentation of the site that covered everything from Bank establishment to long-term monitoring. Wildlands’ Director of Planning Cindy Tambini, with the assistance of Senior Vice President Brian Monaghan, presented the site’s history and the Bank entitlement process. Director of Design Build Jeff Novak reviewed the Bank’s design and construction, and Senior…

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