2007 Year in Review

Cover of the Point Reyes National Seashore's 2007 Year in Review

Complete Document (2,395 KB PDF)

This document has been divided into smaller-sized files so that visitors with slower internet connections have the option of downloading desired chapters and/or figures separately if they do not wish to download the complete document as a single large file.

Cover (272 KB PDF)

Inside Cover - Photo of the Headlands near Chimney Rock (154 KB PDF)

A Message from the Superintendent (p. 1) (240 KB PDF)

Park Map (p. 2) (227 KB PDF)

Overview of Point Reyes National Seashore (p. 3) (138 KB PDF)

Highlights from this past year - Photo of Drakes Bay and Inverness Ridge (p. 4) (131 KB PDF)

Giacomini Wetland Restoration Project (p. 5) (264 KB PDF)

Explore, Discover, Connect (p. 6) (236 KB PDF)

Using Resources to Teach, Inspire and Reconnect (p. 7) (306 KB PDF)

Fire Management and Communications (p. 8) (244 KB PDF)

Facility Management: A Step Ahead (p. 9) (180 KB PDF)

Preserving the Seashore’s Native Ecosystem; Long-term Elk Monitoring (p. 10) (190 KB PDF)

Point Reyes and Golden Gate Range Management Program (p. 11) (160 KB PDF)

Habitat Restoration and Rare Plant Conservation (p. 12) (150 KB PDF)

California Exotic Plant Management Team (CaEPMT); Bay Area Fire Ecology and Fire Effects Program (p. 13) (170 KB PDF)

Preserving Our Past for the Future (p. 14) (155 KB PDF)

Inventory & Monitoring (I&M) Program (p. 15) (170 KB PDF)

Northern Spotted Owl Monitoring; Visitor and Resource Protection (p. 16) (251 KB PDF)

Miscellaneous Photos (p. 17) (317 KB PDF)

Back Cover - Photo of the Mouth of Drakes Estero (102 KB PDF)

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Last updated: February 28, 2015

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