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Current population sizes are comparable to those from the late 19th century and include a colony at Hog Island on Tomales Bay, formed in 2001, that has become the largest in the study area since 2011. ACR was pleased to co-author this report, now available in Marine Ornithology.
 
Bouverie Preserve's education specialist Jacqueline Levy reviews the latest research on the role of dead trees in maintaining biodiversity in oak woodlands, pine forests and riparian zones.
 
ACR is proud to join its five partners in the Collaborative (SVWC) as recipients of a one million dollar grant to support fuels reduction and vegetation management, including the use of prescribed fire, to enhance ecological health, reduce the risk of wildfire, and protect our communities.
 

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