Simba Springs

By March 31, 2015 May 20th, 2015 Conservation Easements

Acres Protected:  635
Date Acquired:  2007
Public Access: No
Partners: Landowners, Dave & Kathy Richmond

The Simba Springs conservation easement is a welcoming place for many species of wildlife.  This property is home to hundreds of species of plants and wildlife, and hosts plenty of migrant megafauna; including black bears, mountain lions, wolves, martens, lynx, deer, elk, and even an occasional pronghorn and mountain goat.  There have also been over 80 species of birds identified on the property, including bald and golden eagles, northern goshawk, great horned owls, northern pygmy owls, as well as many songbirds. The property is characterized by mature old-growth Douglas fir, aspen, two small creeks, and many springs.

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