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We  love the Wildlife Refuges of San Diego County. We are unique in that we are a cooperating association for both the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the California State Parks, giving us a rich and diverse set of opportunities to make a difference in wildlife refuge issues. From managing and administering private donations, grants and other funds, to participating in events such as bird counts, Earth Day and many other hands on activities, our association has something for everyone.

Check our news page and calendar for the latest information and  upcoming events, you will find many opportunities to meet new friends and make a difference. Come join us in our cooperative efforts with the National Wildlife Refuge System and California State Parks to make refuges even better places for wildlife and for people.

 

Volunteers wanted: get a good work out and help keep our trails looking spiffy! ...

Trail Trimming after Work

June 7, 2017, 5:15pm - June 7, 2017, 9:00pm

Wondrous winter rains have resulted in impressive plant growth in the habitat. Join us at the refuge after your work day (at office, home or school) to gently nudge the native plants back off the trails. Bring a long sleeved shirt, hat, and sturdy shoes, as well as a water bottle if you have one. We will provide tools, gloves, and water to fill your bottles. Meet at the Singer Lane/Highway 94 parking lot at 5:15. We’ll hit the trail at 5:30. Please respond here as "Coming" to RSVP.

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Our #USFWS #firefighters lead a burning operation on the Rancho Jamul Eco Reserve, on the #gatefire that started on Saturday. Since our fire station was so close to the fire they were very quick to respond and worked hard very late into the night. 🔥
The fire is now 30% contained. THANK YOU firefighters!
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#wildlandfirefighting #wildlandfirefighter #publiclands #fuelreductionburn #wildland_firefighters #firefighters_daily @wildland_firefighters
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