Q is for Quails Ridge Nature Conservancy

Posted: April 26, 2011 in Animals, Nature

Imagine 2000 acres of black oak, blue oak, interior live oak, oracle oak, scrub oak, and valley oak trees in CA. Imagine this area being unscathed with natural deer trails through native California bunchgrasses. This area exists in Napa County, Ca. and is protected by the Quail Ridge Nature Conservancy.

The non-profit conservancy is a public benefit land trust “dedicated to wilderness preservation, the promotion of biological diversity, native habitat research, and education about environmental stewardship.”

If you are in the mood to get closer to nature and see an incredibly beautiful, preserved and timeless area in CA consider taking a guided walk through the Quail Ridge Reserve.


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