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The Kern River Preserve welcomes educational field visits from school and adult groups.
South Fork Kern River Valley is recognized as an Important Bird Area.
Prior to becoming a preserve, the land was locally known as the A. Brown Ranch. The land had been operated as a cattle ranch since the mid-1800s.
A guide to the best spots to find birds in our greater area.
Arundo donax was introduced from the Mediterranean region of Europe to California in the 1820's for roofing material and erosion control.
The article that follows is a tutorial on salt cedar: one of a series of articles staff of the Kern River Preserve are preparing to educate about local invasives and some steps each of us can take to help eradicate them.
Each year staff of the Kern River Preserve and partners spend many hours eradicating invasive weeds from South Fork Valley lands.
For many years, the Kern River Preserve and partners have spent thousands of hours attempting to eradicate perennial pepperweed from South Fork Valley lands.