News and Stories

January 26, 2023

The Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership Newsletter is Back!

Check out the first issue of the the Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership Newsletter of 2023, now resuming on a quarterly basis.
December 10, 2021

The Bodie Hills are part of the core range of the declining Pinyon Jays

The production of pine nuts is believed to linked to the beautiful Pinyon Jays’ decline, highlighting the need to retain existing pinyon and conduct restoration efforts. […]
October 29, 2021

We are Hiring! Conservation Organizer

Bodie Hills Conservation Organizer Position Summary: The Organizer works in the communities of Mono County to gather individual, business and political support for the permanent protection […]
June 13, 2021

History of the Dry Lakes Plateau

History of the Dry Lakes Plateau The Dry Lakes Plateau is an extraordinary high-elevation mesa in the Bodie Hills.  Due to its unique location and elevation, […]
April 16, 2021

Mining Threat at Spring Peak in the Bodie Hills

Mining Threat at Spring Peak in Bodie Hills Spring Peak is in the southeast corner of the Bodie Hills, on the Nevada side. The road in […]
March 4, 2021

New Video from Ecoflight

New Video from Ecoflight In this newly released flyover video, BHCP campaign coordinator Jora Fogg talks about the Bodie Hills with Ecoflight president and chief pilot […]
March 4, 2021

Spring Peak Mining Update

Spring Peak mining update On November 24 BHCP conducted a site visit to Spring Peak to assess the drilling progress. At the Forest Service road access […]
March 4, 2021

Winter Exploration 2021

Above: Photo taken in February 2019 on Aurora Canyon Road. Winter Exploration The Bodie Hills are a great place to recreate in the winter-time—perfect for a […]
March 4, 2021

Animal use at Pika haypiles highlight biodiversity in Bodie Hills

Animal use at Pika haypiles highlights biodiversity in Bodie Hills   The Bodie Hills encompass a vast area of land between the Eastern Sierra Nevada and the […]