Anstine-Audubon Nature Preserve Fencing Project

The goal of this project was to install 855 linear feet of lodge pole fencing along the northern boundary of San Diego Audubon Society’s (SDAS’s) 11.6-acre Anstine-Audubon Nature Preserve (Anstine) in Vista, CA to combat hazardous and non-hazardous dumping and illegal trespassing. The addition of fencing along the northern portion of the property, adjacent to Hidden Lake Lane, will protect the fragile riparian, oak woodland, and endangered coastal sage scrub habitats on the preserve. Urban Corps of San Diego, with SDAS oversight, successfully installed an 855-foot long, five-foot high lodge pole wooden fence along with three access gates on the property in the planned one-year project. Project Start Date: March 7, 2023 Project Completion Date: January 18, 2024 This project was fully funded by SANDAG TransNet EMP Land Management Grant #S1125499

General Management
Threats and Stressors
March 7, 2023
January 18, 2024
Project Focus

coastal sage scrub, oak woodland, riparian forest & scrub


San Diego Association of Governments

San Diego Audubon

Rebekah Angona

Rebekah Angona

File name Lead Author Year Type
Quarterly Progress Report 3-7 - 9-30-2023 San Diego Audubon Society 2023 report
TNEMP22-2_Final Report_3-7-2023 - 2-27-2024.docx not sure