Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 3, 2017

A New Tahoe Birding & Wildflower Area

The San Francisco Chronicle reports on a new open space to visit in the Tahoe Region

Conservation groups bought the land in Lower Carpenter Valley north of Lake Tahoe and are opening it for tours. It contains rare carnivorous plants and threatened birds and serves as a migration corridor for other species.

Read full story  Rare birds, wildflowers: ‘Secret garden’ opens after century – SFGate

Learn more at Truckee Donner Land Trust website where they explain

The Land Trust’s newest acquisition, Lower Carpenter Valley, is available for public access this summer of 2017 via docent-led hikes only while our stewardship team implements our comprehensive management plan for this special property.

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