RCA Associates, Inc. is excited to announce that Ryan Hunter will become a partner in the firm. Ryan, who has been with our firm since 2018, will expand his responsibilities beyond his role as environmental scientist and biologist and become responsible for the day to day operations of the firm. Ryan will work closely with Randy… Read More »
RCA Associates, Inc. is excited to announce we are now members of the Building Industry Association (BIA). Check out their website by going to https://biasc.org/ Read their press release below: If you are interested in our services, contact us today!
There are 3 main deserts of California: The Mojave Desert, Colorado Desert and the Great Basin Desert. These deserts are home to a variety of plant and animal species. Learn more about each of the California deserts below.
There is an abundant amount of species of the Mojave desert. Below we talk about some of the more common species that roam this famous California desert.
The burrowing owl is a small owl found in North and South America. Burrowing owls can be found in several habitats such as grasslands, desert areas, and open dry areas. They nest and roost in burrows, hence their name. Like most owls, burrowing owls do their hunting from dusk until dawn.
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, there are 301 threatened or endangered species in California. Below is a partial list of mammals in California that are endangered.