< Endangered Habitats League Newsletter
Summer 2007 Vol 17 No 3
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EHL defends O’Neill Park from land grab
EHL has “intervened” in litigation – meaning it has become a party in the case – to save a critical portion of O’Neill Park in Orange County from an attempted take-over by the City of Rancho Santa Margarita, and thus preserve the habitat plan for the area.
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Crestridge Ecological Reserve expands
In April, EHL purchased 314 acres of coastal sage scrub habitat to provide a southern expansion of the Crestridge Ecological Reserve, located east of El Cajon in San Diego County.
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Progress in the Colton dunes
The City of Colton, long the home of disputes over the endangered Delhi Sands flower-loving fly, has advanced a conservation proposal. EHL is participating in the discussions.
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    –– By Jess Morton

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EHL in the News
EHL was quoted in multiple newspaper stories, on topics ranging from fire protection to endangered species to sprawl to threats to established preserves and parks.
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