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City Nature Challenge BioBlitz at Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve

  • Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve 14835 CA-94 Jamul, CA, 91935 United States (map)

Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve is normally closed to the public, but in order to access some of the unique species found there, a team will bioblitz parts of the reserve Friday afternoon from 3pm to 6pm. This property supports numerous bird species, including red-winged blackbirds, burrowing owl, coastal California gnatcatchers and many raptor species. Rare plants such as Otay tarplant (Deinandra conjugens), variegated dudleya (Dudleya variegata) and many native grasses. San Diego black tailed jackrabbits, coast horned lizards and red diamond rattlesnakes are also found on this 6,000 acre reserve. To participate, please REGISTER for this team by contacting info@earthdiscovery.org for more information and specifics.

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