Cottonwood Ranch East

LOOKING Closer

Existing conditions at Cottonwood Ranch grassland–wetland habitat area (August 2017 – April 2018), construction activities associated with development of broad-scale recharge water project facilities (May 2018 – August 2018), after construction conditions at Cottonwood Ranch grassland-wetland habitat with fall through spring operations of recharge facilities which creates an extensive whooping crane/sandhill crane roosting habitat during the fall and spring migrations.

Look Out For

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Restoration Work

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White-tailed Deer

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Cattle Grazing

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