Following the devastating fires that scorched parts of Sonoma County in October, Pepperwood Preserve is continuing to recover.

Nearly six months later, the 3,200-acre preserve is flourishing with an abundance of wildlife and growth, much of which has been captured by multiple trail cameras, night vision photography and photos from volunteers and Pepperwood employees.

Click through the gallery above to see how Pepperwood Preserve has healed since the October fires.

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