The Changing Face of Napa Wildlife
For those of you who may have missed the various Facebook posts, the range of wildlife in the county has been changing. There are now two active beaver ponds within the City of Napa, and with them have come various types of birds (e,g, multiple types of herons), minks, otters and maybe ermine. Multiple other species rare or new to the County have been spotted, and probably are a favorable outcome of the flood control work and wetlands reclaimation. Salmon are swimming upstream in increasing numbers. It is an important change, and one to be respected. Our bounty has increased, but so has our reponsilibity to care for and protect it. See pictures and read some of the stories at Our Facebook Page
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