Sonoma Valley Habitat Corridor Poster

Authors: 
Sonoma Ecology Center
Publication Date: 
2002
Publisher: 
SEC
Publication Place: 
Sonoma CA
Abstract: 

Existing ownership conditions in the northern portion of the Sonoma Creek Watershed provide a unique opportunity to create an effective wildlife habitat linkage that spans the valley between the Mayacamas and Sonoma mountain ranges. At present the corridor is approximately 5 miles long and 3/4 miles wide, and encompasses a wide array of habitats including conifer forests, chaparral, wetlands, grasslands, riparian forests, blue oak savanna, and two reservoirs. These diverse habitats support a rich collection of fauna including threatened species such as steelhead trout and northing spotted owl, as well as wide-ranging mammals - deer, mountain lion, coyote, bobcat, and black bear.

Keywords: 
Wildlife habitat; Wildlife movement; Sonoma Developmental Center
Progress: 
Complete
Name: 
Caitlin Cornwall
Organization: 
Sonoma Ecology Center
Address: 
P.O. Box 1486, Eldridge, CA 95431
Phone: 
707-996-0712
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