Tameobit Wildlife Sanctuary

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Tameobit Wildlife Sanctuary

 is under the  direction  of

 Los Angeles County Parks - Regional Agency

Norma Garcia is the  Director Los Angeles  County Parks and Recreation

Lake Los Angeles Parks and Conservation Association  recognizes and acknowledges the first people of this ancestral and unceded territory of Tameobit that is now occupied by Lake Los Angeles Community Park; honors their elders, past and present, and the descendants who are citizens of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians. We recognize that the Tribe is still here and we are committed to lifting up their stories, culture, and community. (https://www.tataviam-nsn.us/land-acknowledgments-on-our-homelands/)

Lake Los Angeles Park Association is pleased and proud to announce the Dedication of the Tameobit Wildlife Sanctuary at the Lake Los Angeles Community Park.

The County of Los Angeles, the Fernandeño Tataviam band of Mission Indians   and countless residents of Lake Los Angeles have worked to preserve this land as forever wild and to dedicate the land to the Native Americans who lived here over 3,000 years ago. This wildlife sanctuary is an important place for many birds, animals and plant life and this dedication will ensure that the land will remain in its natural state.