Technology and Conservation

Technology and Conservation

Did you know that smartphones are now making data collection smarter and simpler for biologists?  Every day, hand-held technologies are being used to help guide conservation efforts and enhance the capabilities of Conservancy staff and community science interns and...
Work in Progress: Abalone Cove Restoration

Work in Progress: Abalone Cove Restoration

You may notice interesting activity at Abalone Cove Reserve. The Conservancy is engaged in a three-year habitat restoration project that involves planting 13 acres of coastal sage scrub habitat which will support an array of species, including the federally-endangered...
Conservancy Helps to Enhance Cactus Wren Habitat

Conservancy Helps to Enhance Cactus Wren Habitat

The coastal cactus wren is one of the rarest and most imperiled wildlife residents in the coastal southern California region, including the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve. As its name implies, this uniquely adapted inhabitant thrives among cactus-dominated patches of...
Volunteers Recognized for Outstanding Commitment

Volunteers Recognized for Outstanding Commitment

On July 1 2019, the Conservancy honored dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers at a recognition event followed by a screening from the Beauty of Nature Film Series, “Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey.” Volunteers enjoyed handmade all-natural ice cream by Kansha...
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