Valley Oak News Article – Summer 2016

Posted by admin on  September 22, 2016
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Sandhill cranes bring their trumpet and dance to the Delta each winter

Posted by admin on  June 25, 2014
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Sandhill cranes bring their trumpet and dance to the Delta each winter By Denis Cuff Contra Costa Times GALT — Jesse Roseman, a nature preserve manager, stalks along a pond in search of a very big and rare bird that evolved wading in the primordial ooze that once covered much of the Central Valley. “Listen. Their sound is not like any other bird,” Roseman says as he hears the eerie, reverberating cry of sandhill cranes

Saving The California Oaks

Posted by admin on  April 1, 2014
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Saving the California oaks They’re majestic, they’re imperiled, and they’re the most Californian of all trees. Follow our guide to see them in their spring glory. |Bill Marken   California’s major oak species are distinguishable by canopy shape and, up close, leaf structure.   I was an Acorn. Our school was named after the oaks that carpeted my Northern California valley before the ranchers cut them down to plant fruit trees, and our yearbook was

Oh Ranger! Cosumnes River Preserve

Posted by admin on  June 6, 2013
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Oh Ranger! Great California Roadtrips featuring the Cosumnes River Preserve.

CVJV – The Cosumnes River Preserve Project

Posted by admin on  May 24, 2013
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CVJV – The Cosumnes River Preserve Project – the Beginning of a Beautiful Releationship