San Diego Management & Monitoring Program


Vertebrate Species
Ramona Grassland Raptor Monitoring


Project description

A 3-year raptor study was initiated by the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation to collect baseline information on eagle and other raptor activity at the Ramona Grasslands Preserve (preserve). The purpose of this study is to conduct an eagle/raptor foraging study for the Preserve and golden eagle nest monitoring in Bandy Canyon. Baseline information will provide a better understanding of species abundance and distribution within the Preserve, and be useful in informing management decisions (e.g., trail feasibility and alignments, seasonal closures) and will provide a reference point for any future studies or assessments pertaining to public use.


Project protocol

Name: No protocol available at this time


Project location

County: San Diego

General: Central-central

MU: 5


Project spatial boundary

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Project focus

Project type: Monitoring

Target species: Bald eagle, Golden eagle

Target vegetation: grassland


Implementing entities

Main implementing entity: County of San Diego

SDMMP lead: Yvonne Moore


Project funding agreements

Funding participants
Role Participants
funding source Environmental Mitigation Program

Strategic elements

Budget year: FY15-16 Work plan objectives number: 1.4