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Wildlife Habitat Impacted

When uses conflict, what do we prioritize – recreation or wildlife?
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Waterdog is home to several Special Status species unique to our region – some listed as “special concern”, threatened or even endangered. And these canyons are unique for the diversity of natural habitats – riparian, chaparral and oak woodland – to which these animals are specifically adapted, and on which they depend for their survival. But City trail building and vegetation management policies have ignored impacts to these habitats. 

Learn the unique features (full report) of Belmont’s Waterdog Open Space and wildlife, and why preservation of this habitat is essential to the animals that call it home. 

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Wildlife Impacts in Waterdog (Slide Show)

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