Environment News

Kendall-Frost Marsh has Some New Residents: Seven Endangered Ridgway’s Rails Released

“What are all those little brown huts out there?” is a common question overheard when walking or biking past the beautiful marsh nestled within Crown Point. The answer lies with a reclusive rusty-brown bird only found in saltmarsh habitats: the Ridgway’s Rail. Named for their thin legs, Rails make their homes out of cordgrass, if […]


Restore Native Wetlands and Reject Short-Term Fixes

By Jim Peugh The last several years have seen a deluge of news about infrastructure in San Diego. Whether it’s the future of the stadium site in Mission Valley, the extension of the San Diego Trolley blue line to UCSD, or the push among urbanists to revolutionize housing in our city, refining our development footprint […]


Connect with Councilmember Campbell About Why a Wild Mission Bay is Important to You

Councilmember Jennifer Campbell was elected to San Diego City Council in November, and has already taken an interest in the future of Mission Bay, located in the heart of her council district. She demonstrated her commitment to the bay by attending this year’s Love Your Wetlands Day at Kendall-Frost Marsh Preserve in February. As chair […]