posted by QFSD on May 7

Working on the Cañada de San Vicente Wildlife Reserve, near Ramona, CA that is under the control of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in partnership with California State Parks. Need more information? Want to help out? Check or Facebook page;  Quail Forever San Diego  or

Our May 30, 2015 work Project is a bit of change-of-pace for Quail Forever, San Diego Chapter. We will be working on the Cañada de San Vicente Wildlife Reserve, near Ramona, CA. This land, formerly the Mirasol Ranch, is under the control of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in partnership with California State Parks, and is closed to the general public while a land management plan (LMP) is being formulated. We, the hunting community, are hopeful that hunting will be included in the proposed Plan. We have been invited in, and have committed to repairing one of several guzzlers that are on the property. We would like to get a good turnout for this Project. This area is unique and will provide participants with an opportunity to get a rare close up look at the area.
Dogs are OK but must be leashed at all times. Also, no unaccompanied sightseeing will be permitted. Bring sun protection, enough water to drink and something for lunch. Please RSVP if you plan to attend this work project.
We will meet at a locked gate a short distance down Chuck Wagon Road at 32⁰ 59.612’ N, 116⁰ 51.039’ W. We will be escorted to the work site by Jason Price, the DF&W Reserve Manager. Chuck Wagon Road is located off of San Vincente Road and is .2 miles West of the junction of San Vincente Road and Wildcat Canyon/Barona Road. Thomas Bros. 1172 J5   (D.R.)

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