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Wildlife of the Southern California mountains

Harold F. DeLisle

Wildlife of the Southern California mountains

by Harold F. DeLisle

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Published by Naturegraph Co. in Healdsburg, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zoology -- California, Southern.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harold F. Delisle.
    SeriesAmerican wildlife region series -- 5B
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 94 p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22964873M

      We have California mule deer, Rocky Mountain mule deer, feral mule deer, southern mule deer, Columbian black-tailed deer and a cross between a black-tailed and a mule deer. On the western side of Interstate 5, our hunters can hunt pure Columbian black-tailed deer. San Jacinto Wildlife Area is approximat acres, with acres of restored wetlands. It is the first state wildlife area to utilize reclaimed water to enhance its wetlands. Improvements are ongoing. Waterfowl, wading birds, and quail are a few of the many animals found here.

    California Bird Species of Special Concern: A Ranked Assessment of Species, Subspecies, and Distinct Populations of Birds of Immediate Conservation Concern in California, a collaborative project of CDFW, PRBO Conservation Science, and Western Field Ornithologists, was published in and is available for download at the links the page book, the authors provide a detailed. Natural history of the southern California mountains. Common plants of the southern California mountains: including edible plants: Responsibility: by Harold F. DeLisle ; section 1 of The natural history of the southern California mountains / edited by Vinson Brown.

    California is one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet. And because our state is not only hemmed in by tall mountain ranges but surrounded by places that are significantly different in an ecological sense, the Golden State is isolated in many ways from the landscapes adjoining it. - Some birds which can be seen on a birding tour in Southern California. Chris West will be leading our 9 day tour over two weekends in September 28 pins.


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