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Restoration at Work

By on February 25, 2019 in Around Our Valley, Featured, News, Newsletter with 0 Comments
Restoration at Work

Some history of the Ojai Meadows Preserve At a quick glance, it is obvious that the Ojai Meadows Preserve is doing what it’s meant to—connecting people to the natural world. However, unless you remember the way Highway 33 used to flood during a rainstorm, you may not realize the important role the preserve plays in […]

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Fowl Weather Friends

Fowl Weather Friends

The Ojai Meadow Preserve is a veritable cornucopia of ecological systems, one of the most popular and dramatic being the wetlands.  Storm runoff which used to pour down the hills and flood Highway 33 is now caught in a nearly year-round pond and two vernal pools.  The pools aren’t filling yet but the pond only […]

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Winter Bird Walk

By on November 21, 2014 in Events with 0 Comments
Winter Bird Walk

Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30 am Ojai Meadows Preserve Join Jesse Grantham for a birding tour of the Ojai Meadows Preserve on Saturday morning December 6, at 8:30 AM. This is winter migration time so you will have a chance to learn about bird species who make their home here in the winter and those […]

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Fall Fliers

Fall Fliers

Last Saturday, local avian stud Jesse Grantham led a herd of bird nerds on a lap around the Ojai Meadow Preserve. The fall migration season is picking up steam and the group espied 35 species. Some highlights to astound and enthrall will ensue post-haste: A marlin is a large sporting fish. Merlin is an Arthurian […]

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