Grazing for conservation

Grazing for Conservation infographic. Credit: Cal Robinson/USFWS. Visual description available at the end of the story.
Cattle grazing and wild geese at vernal pool
Vernal Pool at Llano Seco Ranch in California. Credit: Joe Silveira/USFWS.
Left: Van Vleck Ranch Preserve vernal pool. Credit: USFWS. Right: Vernal pools at Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. Credit: Rebecca Fabbri/USFWS.
Left: California tiger salamander. Credit: Michael Van Hattem/USFWS. Center: Birds over Kiefer vernal pool. Credit: USFWS. Right: Spadefoot toad tadpole. Credit: Joanna Gilkeson/USFWS.

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