The LCWA Will Monitor Coyote Population in the Wetlands, Posted Nov 10
At the Sep. 22, 2014 meeting of the Seal Beach City Council, action was taken to authorize use of a trapper in an attempt to control the coyote population throughout the city.
In an effort to get a greater sense of the coyote population in the wetlands area the LCWA will monitor the wetlands through scientific data collection performed by professional biologists specializing in coyote data collection. Read the press release [2-page pdf file]
Rivers and Mountains Conservancy's 15th Birthday, Posted Oct. 3
The Rivers & Mountains Conservancy is a parent agency of the Watershed Conservation Authority. The Conservancy will celebrate its 15th birthday on December 12, 2014 at Legg Lake within Whittier Narrows Recreation Area.[More details]
PUBLIC MEETINGS: OUR GOVERNING BOARD
Public meetings of the Governing Board of the Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority are scheduled, subject to change, to be held on the second Wednesday of February, May, August, and November. Click on Our Governing Board, Next Meeting and Previous Meeting for more information.