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Cocos Fire: 5 Years Later

The poet John Keats wrote, “The poetry of Earth is never dead.” When afforded time and the freedom to do so, life can rebound even in the face of destruction. But while nature is resilient, it isn’t invincible. Wildfires offer a clear case in point. On...

The Bald Eagle Revival

Photo of bald eagle by John Flores of the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians Bald eagles have soared into the Escondido Creek watershed. They’ve recently been sighted up near Elfin Forest and Lake Hodges, but now there have been sightings near Lake Wohlford. In the...

Nature For All

On May 1st, environmental organizations from throughout the state, including The Escondido Creek Conservancy, worked together to urge California's leaders to deliver on the promise of Proposition 68: Outdoor Access for All.  Although Prop 68 was voted and passed on the premise of facilitating equitable...