Friday, January 29, 2016
Today there are 230 California Condors in the wild: 128 in California, 73 in northern Arizona and southern Utah, 29 in Baja California."
"Without continued management to prevent lead-related deaths, the wild Condor population is predicted to again face the substantial threat of extinction in the coming decades."
Posted by j at 4:22 PM
Thursday, January 21, 2016
"But so far no one has struck a deep source which will produce water at a rate of at least 1,000 gallons a minute, which the water company would need for a commercial well. Nor is there evidence that the deeper valley wells are not just isolated pockets. Nor can it be said with any certainty what effect the more shallow Carmel Valley Aquifer has on this elusive Tularcitos Aquifer, or, indeed, how the Tularcitos aquifer would be replenished." From Monterey Herald July 6, 1977
From Monterey Bay Partisan
Posted by j at 4:05 PM