California Leads Western States in Habitat Loss April 20, 2016 KCET

California Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

... the 11 westernmost contiguous states excluding Alaska and Hawaii — lost more than 4,300 square miles of what it calls "natural lands" ... California lost the largest amount of natural land to development between 2001 and 2011... 784 square miles ...  it has highly alarming implications for the mule deer or the grizzly bear who need connected corridors of land to survive...


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