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. We support  initiatives and programs such as Habitat Heroes and other educational activities to bring students to an awareness of the refuges and participate in preservation activities.

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.


Where would we be without our trail volunteers?
Happy National Volunteer Week to the San Diego Mountain Biking Association for helping us out this weekend!

Lots of progress being made working with the San Diego National Wildlife Refuges Ranger Jill at the reroute and restoring project of RockhHouse Trail at Mother Miguel near Chula Vista. On Friday we did some rock work to create a walking/riding path that for us will be a little more like a rock garden challenge but all trail users will be able to go through. Sunday we cut a section of the new trail. This was the first time that we are aware of that a new legal singletrack is being built in the SouthBay in many, many years. Trail is not open yet and no where near finished. Still lots of work to be done. We are getting ready to cut a long section of the new trail that leads to a switchback, hopefully in a few weeks so stay tuned if you want to help. Sharing some pictures of our awesome volunteers hard at work. JG

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