photo by Nancy Good

“Seven years of carefully planned habitat restoration on private land in the Mojave Desert have yielded hope for the persistence of the endangered Amargosa vole. On Aug. 8, a photograph from a wildlife camera placed by researchers from the University of California, Davis revealed the presence of one, possibly two, vole pups born from parents that were reintroduced to restored marsh habitat on private land in Shoshone Village, Inyo County.”


Click here to read this news release from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, one of our important “Vole Team” partners in this recovery effort!


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