Category: Recognition and Media
The Bay Checkerspot Butterfly Returns to San Bruno Mountain!
The federally threatened Bay checkerspot butterfly was extirpated from San Bruno Mountain in the mid 1980s. On March 2 and 3 2017, Creekside Science biologists collected 3630 caterpillars from Coyote Ridge in San Jose and released them on the main ridge of San Bruno Mountain. The larvae immediately started munching English plantain, a non-native used by…
Creekside Science and Partners Awarded
Creekside Science has been partnering with a number of land owners to ensure that the landscapes have been managed with an eye towards reducing invasives and encouraging high quality wildlife habitat. Creekside and partnering organizations were awarded two significant awards from the Wildlife Habitat Council this year: – The Silicon Valley Land Conservancy (stewarding PG&E…
Wildlife at Work
Among other services, Creekside offers creating unique partnerships that help maintain wildlife and native plant resources while meeting the promulgated goals of the organization. Creekside has been working with Pacific Gas & Electric for quite some time, but we’ve formalized that relationship recently and now our collaborative project with PG&E is certified by the Wildlife…