An Introduction to the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge with John Martin

Established in 1996 to protect threatened and endangered species, the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge supports a substantial slice of our area’s varied habitat and life. Large expanses of coastal sage scrub support birds such as Bell’s Sparrow, the coastal Cactus Wren, and Rufous-crowned Sparrow. Chaparral, riparian, oak woodlands, grasslands, and vernal pools provide safe…

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City Nature Challenge: San Diego

From the San Diego Natural History Museum: Help San Diego Win City Nature Challenge, which takes place from April 27-30, 2018, is a worldwide competition to see which city can make the most observations of their local plants and animals over a 4-day period. And San Diego composes part of one of only 35 biodiversity…

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