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  • Island Scrub Jay Monitoring and Research Priorities
    CBI is working with multiple conservation partners, including The Nature Conservancy, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, and Cornell Lab of Ornithology, to develop a framework for monitoring and research that will ensure the long-term persistence of the Island Scrub-Jay, the only insular endemic bird species in North America.  The species’ ...
  • A Framework for Effective Conservation Management of the Sonoran Desert in California
    The Nature Conservancy (TNC) commissioned CBI to develop a Framework for effective conservation management for the Sonoran Desert of southern California, with the intent that the document would help guide the efforts of TNC and others in the preservation of this unique ecosystem.  California’s Sonoran Desert is at increased ...
  • Escondido Creek - Crossroads of a Community Lifeline for a Lagoon
    The Escondido Creek watershed comprises a relatively small, but immensely significant part of Southern California.  Within its approximately 54,000 acres, stretching from the foothills to the coast, lie the last remnants of an imperiled coastal scrub habitat that connects the northern and southern parts of a globally important ...
  • Conservation Significance of Rancho Guejito
    In 1974, the California Department of Parks and Recreation studied the feasibility of acquiring Rancho Guejito in San Diego County and developing it into a unit of the State Park system. The conclusion of that study was that Rancho Guejito should be acquired, as it would preserve highly significant biotic ...
  • Adaptive Management Framework for the Endangered San Diego Thornmint Acanthomintha ilicifolia, San Diego County, California
    Under a Local Assistance Grant from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Conservation Biology Institute worked with the San Diego Management and Monitoring Program (SDMMP) and land managers in the San Diego region to conduct a comprehensive review of existing information, past and current research, and current management ...
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