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California condors soar above rolling hills carpeted with wildflowers. Black bears, mountain lions and pronghorn roam free. Some of California’s largest oaks grow here.  On Tejon Ranch, San Joaquin oak woodlands, Mojave Desert Joshua trees, the fir forests of the Sierra Nevada and the chaparral-studded South Coast Ranges all meet in an extraordinary convergence. The Tejon Ranch Conservancy protects this unique hotspot of biological diversity that lies at the confluence of four major biogeographic regions, an irreplaceable keystone in a vast network of preserved lands. Working ranches like Tejon are vital for our future as we research and refine land management practices that support and enhance thriving biodiversity while providing the resources needed for our growing state. With our Public Access Program actively attracting and inspiring youth we will help foster the next generation of conservation-minded citizenry. The Conservancy was born from the collaborative efforts of the Tejon Ranch Company, Audubon California, Endangered Habitats League, Natural Resources Defense Council, Planning and Conservation League, and Sierra Club. The Conservancy oversees the conservation of 240,000 acres of Tejon Ranch lands, home to more than 60 at-risk species.
There is no other place like Tejon Ranch in California...and perhaps in the world.