Habitat Conservation Plan Will Protect California Condor and 24 Other Species

Tejon Ranch, Calif. – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe joined Tejon Ranch Company President and CEO Robert A. Stine and representatives from other partner agencies and conservation advocates in announcing a Habitat Conservation Plan that will protect 25 species, including the California condor, while permitting limited development and other land use activities on designated ranch lands.

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