Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve

TWO OPPORTUNITIES TO GO NATIVE

 

September 1, 2014 (San Diego's East County) - Thirsty lawns and fussy shrubbery are out of place in East County. The Earth Discovery Institute's (EDI) annual Native Plant Sale is a great opportunity to locally source native plants.


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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: RUSTY BARN OWL

 

August 6, 2013 (Jamul) – Debra Ekhaml spotted this Barn Owl in the Rancho Jamul Ecological Preserve. “Although the light was flat from clouds and I only had my small camera, you can clearly see he is a rust brown color, and not the usual white for around here,” she writes. “John Martin (F&W Biologist) said this is not unheard of, but very unusual. I thought it was different enough to send in. He was a very stunning bird-his color was just beautiful!”


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ANIMAL TRACKING HIKE MARCH 19 AT JAMUL RESERVE: TRACKING TEAM LEADERS WANTED


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