Ecology Photo of the Month

The Morgan Fire of 2013 burned nearly 3,000 acres primarily on the east and south sides of Mount Diablo. In the spring of 2014 Nomad Ecology conducted a post-fire study of fire-following annual plants. In several of their plots fire poppy (Papaver californicum) was observed - an exciting find! Fire poppies haven’t been seen on Mount Diablo since after the 1977 fire, nearly 40 years ago.  


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    Wayne Roderick Lecture Series

    On Saturday December 10, 2011 Heath Bartosh will be giving a lecture titled “Tales from Old Greyback: a foray to the top of Southern California’s highest peak, San Gorgonio Mountain”. This lecture is part of the Wayne Roderick Lecture Series and presents some of the endemic flora encountered on a 21-mile round trip day hike to the top of this 11,500 foot peak.

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    Working in Big Sur



    Nomad Ecology has been working with PG&E in Big Sur since 2007 on projects aimed at protecting California Condors.

    Read about the project at the San Jose Mercury News, “Condors vs. power lines, and for once, the condors win” by Paul Rogers.


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