Marsh wrens … in the forest?

July 31, 2014

boundarysignwebHave you noticed marsh wrens popping up where you least expect them? North Coast Land Conservancy has begun posting boundary signs (with our updated logo featuring the marsh wren) around the borders of the conserved lands we own. It is part of our attempt to be not only good stewards of the land but good neighbors, letting the community know the extent and location of our land. It will take a while to get signs posted on the borders of all 48 of our habitat reserves—totaling some 2,000 acres—in Tillamook and Clatsop Counties.

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