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IRC Staff And Volunteers Hosting An Interpretive Hike.
Community Engagement and Education

Join Irvine Ranch Conservancy on an upcoming "Seasonal Science" interpretive hike to explore conservation projects and restoration sites otherwise inaccessible to the public! 🌿🦋 #NatureConservation #SeasonalScienceSeries

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After Work Fitness Hike On Hicks Haul Road With Irvine Ranch Conservancy.
Hiking

Join Irvine Ranch Conservancy for a Tuesday evening hike on Hicks Haul Road - a 3.5-mile trail through stunning rock formations and fragrant plants! 🚶‍♂️🌄 #HikingAdventures #HicksHaulRoad

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Invasive Insect Profile: Gold Spotted Oak Borer & Shot Hole Borer
Invasive Species Control

Invasive species like the Gold Spotted Oak Borer and Shot Hole Borer threaten the native habitats on Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks, but with proper understanding and management strategies, their impact can be minimized. 🚫🪲 #ConservationEfforts #InvasiveSpecies

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Irvine Ranch Conservancy 2023 Annual Report
Blog Archive

The IRC Annual Report 2023 provides a comprehensive overview of Irvine Ranch Conservancy's achievements, demonstrating their commitment to restore, protect and enhance the ecological health of the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. 📋🌱 #IRCAnnualReport2023 #ConservationEfforts

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Landmarks

Coastal Sage Scrub, a rare and biologically rich habitat native to coastal Southern California, is one of the largest ecosystems found in Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks, providing a home to many unique plant, insect and bird species. 🌿🌞 #CoastalSageScrub #HabitatConservation

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California Brown Pelican Taking Off Mid-flight From Sandy Socal Beach.
Wildlife

California Brown Pelican, a coastal bird found along the Pacific Coast, with its impressive plunge diving ability, is a thriving species on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks, playing a vital role in the coastal ecosystem. 🐦🏞️ #CaliforniaBrownPelican #WildlifeConservation

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Toyon Found On Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. Photo Courtesy Of Keir Morse.
Plant Materials

Toyon, also known as the Christmas berry or California Holly, is a vital and fire-retardant native shrub found in Southern California and can be seen on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. 🌿🍓 #NativePlants #WildlifeConservation

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New Signs Detail City Of Irvine E-bike Regulations.
Blog Archive

City of Irvine implements a new e-bike ordinance to ensure safety on open space trails, prohibiting electric bikes to protect natural habitats and prevent potential conflicts and injuries, but allowing non-motorized mountain biking. 🚳 #TrailSafety #NoEbikeAllowed

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IRC's 2022 Annual Report
Blog Archive

Over the course of the last year, Irvine Ranch Conservancy has helped thousands of individuals connect with nature while advancing…

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IRC's Infrastructure And Planning Team Member, Tomas Gonzalez.
Blog Archive

The many trails throughout Orange County’s open spaces are what draw and allow visitors to soak in the natural beauty…

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