The proposed project involves restoration of approximately 82.9 acres within O'Neill Regional Park. The proposed project includes 66.3 acres of revegetation and 16.6 acres of enhancement of native vegetation, including coastal sage scrub, cactus scrub, southern willow/mulefat scrub, scrub oak chaparral/oak woodland, and foothill needlegrass grassland. Successful implementation of the proposed project would improve habitat quality for target species, including the coastal CA gnatcatcher, Cooper's hawk, cactus wren, grasshopper sparrow, and riparian birds.
Implementation of the proposed project is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2014. Successful completion of the proposed project, including the 5-year maintenance, monitoring, and reporting phase, is anticipated in early 2020.
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