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Byrne, Juan Prado Mesa, and O’Keefe Open Space Preserves span over 100 acres of rolling oak woodland, chaparral, and grassland that are home to an abundance of wildlife and provide popular walking trails. Restoration efforts focus mainly on Byrne Preserve, and include controlling invasive plants in the grasslands and enhancing native vegetation along Moody Creek.

Mule's Ear with Westwind Community Barn in the background

Mule's Ear with Westwind Community Barn in the background

Volunteers bundle willow branches for a bioengineering installation

Volunteers bundle willow branches for a bioengineering installation

Removing invasive species from the Byrne Preserve grassland

Removing invasive species from the Byrne Preserve grassland