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The Otay Delta Habitat Restoration Project site is part of a larger riparian ecosystem and wildlife habitat corridor that extends from the San Diego Bay east into the Otay Mountains.  The restoration of 65 acres of riparian habitat in the Otay Delta will improve the quality and continuity of habitat for a variety of neo-topical migratory and resident birds, including several threaten and endangered species, as well as other native wildlife.  The Otay Delta Restoration Project builds upon ongoing efforts by the City of San Diego, County of San Diego, City of Chula Vista, and The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to create a habitat corridor within the Otay Valley Regional Park.  Additionally, the project will implement the City of San Diego Multiple Species of Conservation Program (MSCP) Sub-area Plan, which specifies that a 1,000-foot-wide wildlife corridor be provided on this site to preserve connections between the Otay River and San Diego Bay (City of San Diego 1997).

River Partners News Stories on Otay River Projects

Otay Delta Habitat Restoration Breaks Ground With Celebration of Girl Scout Silver Award Project
Jul. 2012

Walmart Helps To Revitalize Otay River Delta
May 2012

Community Effort Removes Trash from Otay River Valley
Mar. 2011

Second Otay Watershed Project Moves Ahead
Mar. 2011

Otay Delta Restoration Moves Ahead, Thanks to Funder
Dec. 2010

Restoring Habitat and Building a Legacy of Stewards for the Otay River Valley
Dec. 2010

River Partners Expands to Southern CA & Arizona
Sep. 2008