Patrick Foy

Captain, California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Captain at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife

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California state parks have been targeted by poachers seeking dudleya farinosa, a native succulent that helps stabilize coastal bluffs.

Poaching CA dudleya succulents? You could be fined $40,000

California state parks have been targeted by poachers seeking dudleya farinosa, a native succulent that helps stabilize coastal bluffs.

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