The Eglington Preserve is a 300-acre area of sensitive habitat located on BLM lands within the city limits of North Las Vegas, NV. The area is entirely within the Las Vegas Formation, which is well known for its Pleistocene fossil resources. The preserve has large populations of State Listed Critically Endangered Las Vegas bearpoppy and the candidate for state listing, Las Vegas buckwheat. In addition, the area has several drainages dominated by woodland species, such as catclaw acacia and honey mesquite. These riparian woodlands provide habitat for sensitive wildlife species such as the migratory bird, the Phainopepla. Our goal was to assist the recovery of existing disturbances within the Eglington Preserve by securing the perimeter using a wildlife fence. This fence included eight-foot tall railroad ties buried in the ground at four foot and strand two rows of 5/8" cable. This fence worked well to allow animals in while keeping trespassers out.