by Shanti Edwards
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then here are 10,000!
Sonoma Land Trust and The Wildlands Conservancy (TWC) are partnering with Felidae Conservation Fund to track wildlife use of our coastal properties (Little Black Mountain, Pole Mountain and Jenner Headlands preserves) as part of their Bay Area Puma Project. The imagery obtained advances our understanding of puma movement and behavior and provides us with better knowledge about the array of wildlife — and humans — that make use of our lands. Here are some images recently collected across SLT and TWC protected lands. Enjoy!
Shanti Edwards is a stewardship project manager for SLT’s preserves along the Sonoma Coast.
Sonoma Land Trust is a local nonprofit based in Santa Rosa, CA, that conserves scenic, natural, agricultural and open lands in Sonoma County for the benefit of the community and future generations. This blog focuses on SLT's stewardship team, whose members do hands-on work to directly protect, restore, and safeguard the land for generations to come.