Coyote on the Banning Ranch Property
Photo taken this morning


There are many, many Birds, Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians, and even Fish that are thriving on the Banning Ranch property. For a complete list of the wildlife that fall into this category please visit the Biology page of the SNBR Website.
It is very important to know there are 76 wildlife species that can be found either on the Banning Ranch Property or in the vicinity that are endangered (Federally and/or State of California), are on the State Fully Protected List, are listed as a State Species of Special Concern, and/or are on the State Species Watch List.
Please visit the Endangered Species page for the complete list of wildlife that fall into this category. There are links within this list that contain detailed information about some of the endangered species as well as which species have been observed on the property. Bear in mind that some of this information may not be entirely accurate as the data is taken directly from the EIR that was submitted by the developer.


more on endangered species....

The Trump administration has announced that the decades old Endangered Species Act, which is credited with saving the American Bald Eagle from extinction would be reworked. The Endangered Species Act, a Federal law sighed in 1973, seeks to prevent plants and animals from becoming extinct. The law would be amended to make it is easier to remove species from the protected list. The changes also include provisions that speed up the approval process that federal agencies are required to complete before making changes that could harm endangered species, and would weaken protections for critical habitat. The current law protects more than 1,600 plant and animal species. The effort underscores ways the current Trump administration is moving to change bedrock environmental laws in a manner long sought by industrial and development interests.