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BLM Volunteer Day at the Pine Hill Preserve-Nov 2005 Bolander's mule-ears at the Cameron Park unit - Feb 2006 CalFire crews working on a fuel reduction project at the Pine Hill Preserve.  Here the Preserve manages habitat for the rare endemic El Dorado bedtrsaw - February 2009 Califonia horned lizard juvenile - Pine Hill tour_May 2009 Chamise flowers and pollinator at the Pine Hill Preserve - May 2007

Chaparral vegetation type at the Martel Creek unit of the Pine Hill Preserve. Other vegetation types in the area are Pine-oak woodlands and grasslands - Aug 2006 Chaparral vegetation type at the Salmon Falls unit - Oct 2006 Collecting branches and seeds of the rare and endemic Pine Hill ceanothus for propagation purposes - June 2006 Construction of a safety tower at the Pine Hill Preserve.  Materials were delivered by helicopter to avoid impacts on the rare plants - april 2007 Construction of an airport safety tower at the Pine Hill Preserve.  Materials were delivered by helicopter to avoid damage to the rare plants - April 2007

Fawn lily at the Cameron Park unit - Feb 2007 Field meeting with Pine Hill Preserve agency partenrs and neighbors - March 2007 Garter snake at the Salmon Falls unit - May 2006 Gided field trip at the Cameron Park unit - April 2007 Gopher snake on red Gabbro soil at the Pine Hill Preserve - May 2006

Group of Volunteers at the 2006 National Public Lands Day - Sep 2006 Guided field tour at the Cameron Park unit - April 2006 Guided tour to the Salmon Falls unit of the Preserve - May 2007 Indian paintbrush at the Cameron park unit - Feb 2007 Joggers at the Cameron Park unit of the Preserve - Feb 2006

Narrow leaf mule-ears at the Pine Hill Preserve - April 2007 Nortern Mixed chaparral at the Pine Hill Preserve.  Main species are white leaf manzanita, chamise and sonoma sage - March 2009 Nortern Mixed chaparral at the Pine Hill Preserve.  Main species are white leaf manzanita, coyote bush, chamise and red bud - March 2007 Pine Hill Preserve intern collecting native plant seeds - July 2009 Planting native shrubs at the Salmon Falls unit of the Pine Hill Preserve - April 2006

Red bud at the Pine Hill Preserve - April 2006 Redbud pods at the Cameron park unit - March 2007 005 Seed collection bags placed on the rare and endemic Pine Hill ceanothus - July 2006 Sonoma sage at the Pine Hill Preserve - April 2006 The Pine Hill Preserve urban and wildlands interface at the Cameron Park unit - Mar 2007

The rare and endemic El Dorado bedstraw - May 2009 The rare and endemic El Dorado mule-ears - June 2006 The rare and endemic Pine Hill ceanothus and pollinator - April 2006 The rare and endemic Pine Hill flannelbush The rare Bisbee Peak rush-rose and pollinator_May 2009

The rare Layne's butterweed and pollinator - April 2007 The rare Layne's butterweed and pollinator - May 2006 The rare Stebbins morning glory - April 2007 The Salmon Fallls Unit of the Pine Hill Preserve - March 2006 True baby stars at the Salmon Falls unit - May 2006

Using a biodegradable hotsy foam stem to control the invasive star thistle - Dec 2006 Volunteer fencing work at the Pine Hill Preserve - May 2009 Volunteer helping to document rare plant populations at the Cameron Park unit using GPS - April 2007 Volunteer trash clean-up at the Cameron Park unit - May2006 Volunteers constructing water bars to control soil erosion along a trail in the Cameron Park unit - Nov 2006

Volunters constructing water bars to control soil erosion at the Salmon Falls unit_Dec 2006 Webber Creek at the Salmon Falls unit - July 2006 Western blue-eyed grass - April 2006 Yellow star tulip at the Pine Hill Preserve - April 2006