The result of a settlement agreement reached late last month with Marin Audubon Society, the Marin County Open Space District will launch a five-year pilot program this spring that involves seasonal nighttime closures at 10 different road and trail locations to benefit sensitive wildlife, such as northern spotted owls. The county will also install passive infrared technology and . . .

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