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Tunnels for Tiger Salamanders

October 31, 2011 by Elizabeth Proctor

This winter, the traffic bottlenecks around Santa Rosa might be a little easier to manage--at least if you happen to be a California tiger salamander. Santa Rosa's population of tiger salamanders, declared endangered in 2000, will be able for the first time to get to breeding ponds through several special tunnels installed underneath busy roads.

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The Laguna Gets Its Due

April 01, 2011 by Aleta George

On this year's World Wetlands Day 2011, Sonoma County's Laguna de Santa Rosa officially became a Wetland of International Importance according to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.

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New Life For The Laguna

October 01, 2005 by Gina Covina

Thirty years ago, few people gave a second thought to the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the North Coast’s largest freshwater wetland. The once-teeming marshland had become a dumping ground. But things are changing, and this complex waterway is finally beginning to recover some of its former glory.

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