Mule deer grazing on bitterbrush on the Ingram conservation easement. Photo by Stephen Ingram

Ingram Conservation Easement

Special Values: The Ingram conservation easement protects critical winter range and migration corridor habitat for the Round Valley mule deer herd. Other wildlife such as mountain lion, grey fox, coyote, western and mountain bluebirds, red-tail hawks utilize the meadows and riparian areas found on the property. Good stands of antelope bitterbrush provide essential winter food for mule deer. This property shares a property corner with two other ESLT easement properties.

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