Located in Santa Barbara County, wildlife from northern and southern California meet to create a unique area. It’s one of the most biodiverse regions in the state, and one of the largest remaining coastlines. Its location next to other protected areas also makes it an important wildlife corridor.
14 threatened and endangered species inhabit the area, and students from the University of California Santa Barbara will have access to conduct scientific research. The purchase of the private land was made possible by a $165 million donation to the Nature Conservancy.

Jiwon Yang

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