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San Diego County, California

684 Acres | December 31, 2017
Ann Peckham Keenan
Conservation Easement

Located on the eastern slopes of the Volcan Mountains in the San Felipe Valley of San Diego County is this exceptional 684-acre sanctuary. It’s almost completely surrounded by publicly protected lands -- including the state of California’s San Felipe Valley Wildlife Area. This Wildlife Area adjoins Anza Borrego Desert State Park, California’s largest state park. This important habitat linkage ensures mountain lions and other far-ranging wildlife will forever be able to safely raise their young here and disperse or move among the surrounding protected wildlands.

WILDLIFE: Wildlife known to use the property include mountain lions, bobcats, southern mule deer, badgers, striped skunks, coyotes, gray foxes, granite spiny lizards and Pacific tree frogs.

OTHER NOTES: The sanctuary’s diverse habitats support 109 documented bird species -- including two that are federally endangered: southwestern willow flycatcher and least Bell’s vireo.


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