Transition Habitat Conservancy

A Vision

By 2050, we will have protected several areas of ecological significance and wildlife corridors, and facilitated the creation of several natural parks in the West Mojave. The land we preserved will allow the several million people then living in the high desert to continue hiking, biking, horseback riding, and enjoying nature while protecting endangered species and biodiversity, and will allow our children and grandchildren to see for themselves these rich resources.

Transition  Habitat Conservancy was  created to protect beautiful landscapes, to protect wildlife, and to protect the infiltration areas where our drinking water drains into the aquifer by acquiring land and obtaining preservation agreements for wildlife habitat, hiking and horseback riding, as well as educational and natural science activities.  The organization's initial project was to protect the transition habitat area adjacent to the community of Pinon Hills. Since then we added a second project to the West and a third project to the East of Gorman. These projects have been carefully selected considering their biodiversity, the presence of special status species and high levels of biodiversity, and the need to create parks near park-poor communities. To achieve our goals we will acquire parcels from willing landowners at fair market price, or assist landowners in creating conservation easements, or accept donations of land or easements to protect these natural resources. We work with consultants and other conservancies supporting our efforts and collaborate with like minded groups to further all of our missions.

Contact Transition Habitat Conservancy

Jill Bays
P.O. Box 720026
Pinon Hills, California  92372
Phone: (760) 868 5136
Fax: (760) 563 9917


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Los Angeles County, California
  • San Bernardino County, California

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