A word from our team Fall always feels like life gets a little frenzied. Get up a little earlier, get back to school. We’re out of the summer haze, and … Read More > “November Newsletter 2018”
Two conservation banks in Yolo County, and a third in San Bernardino County have made progress in the preservation of vulnerable and endangered species. Learn more about which species are … Read More > “Bank Updates – Fall 2018”
Wildlands Inc is proud to introduce the new Black Mountain Conservation Bank, aimed at conserving and managing for the benefit of native desert species and their habitats in perpetuity.
Wildlands is excited to announce the newest bank under our management portfolio – the Dove Ridge Conservation Bank in Butte County, California. It is approved by USFWS to offer vernal pool preservation credits for permitted impacts to vernal pool fairy shrimp and vernal pool tadpole shrimp habitat.
Wildlands biologists are constantly encountering the creatures of nightmares. Creepy, crawly spiders and slithering snakes. This Halloween season, take a look at some of their encounters below, IF YOU DARE! … Read More > “Wildlands’ Creepy Crawlies”
Wildlands just wrapped up our 2017 company-wide photo contest. Employees were given minimal guidelines: 1) The photo must be Wildlands related. 2) Staff can enter as many photos as they’d … Read More > “Wildlands 2017 Photo Contest”
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 … Read More > “A Giant Garter Snake Success Story”
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 … Read More > “Regulators Visit San Luis Rey Mitigation Bank”
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has declared this week (June 3-11) California Invasive Species Action Week (CISAW). CDFW invites all Californians to volunteer to partake in the … Read More > “California Invasive Species Action Week 2017”
Wildlands currently manages over 19,000 acres in the Southern California desert alone. We are actively doing our part to foster the long-term viability of the covered species and habitats in … Read More > “Wildlands’ Desert Tortoise Conservation Efforts”