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Saturday
21
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Booksigning: Understanding San Diego County Mammals

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Did you know that long-tailed weasels and gray foxes have been spotted at the Tijuana Estuary? Or have you wondered about animals you’ve seen? Well, you’re in luck, The San Diego County Mammal Atlas, a new book being released by the San Diego Natural History Museum, just might have the answers you’re looking for. Mammals are an important component of the biodiversity of San Diego County, yet their distribution, identification, natural history, and conservation challenges have never been synthesized - until now. The book covers the biology of all 91 terrestrial species and 31 inshore marine visitors known to have occurred here during recorded history (since 1769). Come learn about the wide variety of mammals we have at the Tijuana Estuary and in the rest of the county, and get your signed copy of the book by Mammalogist, Scott Tremor.