Development, pollution and recreational activities, the indomitable factors to guide development throughout the nation’s most populous state, has put more than 800 animal species in jeopardy, in California. This is claimed by a two-year government study. As the study catalogues the potential effects of development on wildlife region-by-region, Of the 800 imperiled species, 481 of them are found nowhere else, ranging from the San Francisco fork-tail damselfly to the San Diego black-tailed jackrabbit. But, the destruction has not yet, reached the point of no return. It can still be undone. “If done with thought and science, we can grow and still maintain a high quality of wildlife habitat in California,” said report co-author David Bunn of the University of California, Davis. If not, “we’re going to lose a lot of species and resources that we don’t have to lose.” Threats to California’s animal species include foreign species that invade and take over ecosystems, pollution, pesticides, grazing and logging, in addition to housing and commercial development
More Than 800 Species in Jeopardy in California
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