Rush Ranch is nationally famous for its' incredible tidal marsh (and the rare plants and animals that thrive there) and locally loved for the peaceful trails, great birding opportunities, and rich cultural history. Although the Ranch's ecology is carefully monitored, we don't have complete lists of what animals or plants live there. Species lists can help scientists and land managers track changes on the land, and they can also help visitors know what flower (or bird) they are seeing. We would love your help adding photographs and sightings to this project so we can create species lists and field guides to Rush Ranch!

Posted on April 23, 2014 19:34 by nerrscience nerrscience | 0 comments | Leave a comment

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Scientists from NOAA's National Estuarine Research Reserve and Solano Land Trust would like your help documenting the plants and animals found at Rush Ranch. Your contributions will help us create checklists of the incredible diversity of life on the Ranch. This is also a place for you share your observations and check-in on what's blooming (or flying by) the Ranch on a given day.

Mini nerrscience created this project on April 23, 2014
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