Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve Habitat Project


Blog Posts

BREN Awarded Grant

New Partnership Improves Wildlife Habitat and Enriches Lives

Photo Essay – Fall at the Reserve

Improved Habitat Ahead for Hyatt Reserve

Putting Down Roots at the Hyatt Reserve

Russian Olive Trees at the Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve

Why Do Beavers Eat Willows?

Volunteers Dig In and Dig Out at Hyatt Reserve

Sagebrush is the Smell of Home

Urban Reserve Feels the Love

The project finished at the end of 2018, but BREN continues to work with the City of Boise to enhance habitat at Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve.

The project was led by the Land Trust of the Treasure ValleyBoise River Enhancement Network, and the City of Boise. Project partners included U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, Idaho Office of Refugees by Jannus, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho, Golden Eagle Audubon Society, Intermountain Bird Observatory, Boise State University, The Wetlands Group, Idaho Fish and Game, Idaho Weed Awareness Campaign, and Partners for Clean Water.