December 2008
National Wildlife (World Edition);Dec2008/Jan2009, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p54
This article describes how the Planning and Conservation League, an affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, helped to negotiate a conservation and land-use agreement that will protect most of the 270,000-acre working Tejon Ranch north of Los Angeles, California. The ranch is a critical foraging habitat for the endangered California condor and is home to several rare animal and plant species.


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