San Diego Management & Monitoring Program

Rare Plants
San Diego National Wildlife Refuge: Mother Miguel Mountain

in progress

Project description

This three-year project will protect sensitive species, including Mexican flannelbush, and critical habitat on the southwestern slope of Mother Miguel Mountain, while managing public access in a manner that will create within those who visit the site an awareness and appreciation of the need to respect the habitats and species present on the Refuge.

Project focus

Project type: General Management

Target species: Mexican flannelbush


Main implementing entity: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Point of contact: John Martin

Project Page manager: Sarah McCutcheon

SDMMP lead: Sarah McCutcheon

Study lead: John Martin

Strategic elements

MSP Objectives and actions:FREMEX-2

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