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Seminar spotlight: Bighorn sheep in the Mono Basin

Friday, August 15th, 2014 by Elin, Communications Coordinator

Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep are one of the mountain range’s most fascinating animals, and one of the most endangered mammals of North America. The Committee’s field seminar, Living on the Edge: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep in the Mono Basin, is an introduction to the biology and conservation issues of these rare and elusive mammals that so enthralled John Muir.

Living on the Edge: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep in the Mono Basin • September 6–7 • $180 per person/$165 for members • sign up here

Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep are rare and elusive---join in on this fascinating field seminar to see them in the wild. Photo by Bartshe Miller.

Instructor John Wehausen has studied bighorn sheep intensively for 40 years, gaining insights into their behavior and the complicated issues surrounding their protection and (more…)

Lee Vining Creek Diversion Dam work planned for September through November

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 by Greg, Information & Restoration Specialist

If you are planning a fishing trip to the Lee Vining Creek diversion pond this fall, there will be some construction activity impacting your experience.

This fall there will be construction at the Lee Vining Creek diversion pond, a popular fishing site. Photo by Arya Degnhardt.

The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (DWP) is going to be working on the Lee Vining Creek facility in September because it discovered it can’t lower the spill gate all the way because sediment has accumulated underneath it. DWP has to put in a (more…)

Moira Donohoe’s paintings on display at the Mono Lake Committee gallery

Friday, August 8th, 2014 by Barbara, Information Center & Bookstore Manager

"High Country Lake," pastel on paper. Photo courtesy of Moira Donohoe.

After bidding a fond (and, I’m sure, temporary!) farewell to Ane Carla Rovetta, we are excited to welcome Moira Donohoe’s artwork to the Mono Lake Committee Gallery, where it will be on display into the new year.

A native of Yosemite, with family roots and history in the park, Moira brings the beauty of Yosemite and the Sierra to life in her predominantly oil or pastel paintings that include striking colors, contrast, and light. Come in and see Moira’s art in person, and perhaps purchase a painting for your special someone or for yourself. Also, save the date of Saturday, August 30 from 4:00pm to 7:00pm, when you can meet Moira at her artist’s reception and view her work at the Mono Lake Committee.

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