We are the Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife 

Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) works to protect and restore the wildlife environments of Los Angeles and California from dwindling open spaces. Our mission is to promote, educate and protect the fundamental importance of urban wildlife, their habitats and the wildlife corridors integral to their survival.  

  Did you know that approximately 95% of all bobcats, mountains lions and coyotes in Los Angeles test positive for rat poison?   Introducing the Barn Owl Nesting Box Program. Barn owls are nature's alternative to poison. Just one barn owl can consume up to 3,000 rodents a year. Interested in hosting a nesting box? Click here. 

 

Did you know that approximately 95% of all bobcats, mountains lions and coyotes in Los Angeles test positive for rat poison?   Introducing the Barn Owl Nesting Box Program. Barn owls are nature's alternative to poison. Just one barn owl can consume up to 3,000 rodents a year. Interested in hosting a nesting box? Click here

  The wildlife population in Los Angeles is in crisis. Every day, Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) receive reports of wildlife injuries and deaths as a direct result of ongoing overdevelopment blocking ancient migratory passageways. CLAW, Councilmember Paul Koretz and the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy have now partnered to protect wildlife corridors throughout our hillsides.  Want to find out how you can help?  Click here.   

 

The wildlife population in Los Angeles is in crisis. Every day, Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) receive reports of wildlife injuries and deaths as a direct result of ongoing overdevelopment blocking ancient migratory passageways. CLAWCouncilmember Paul Koretz and the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy have now partnered to protect wildlife corridors throughout our hillsides.  Want to find out how you can help?  Click here

 

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