Natural History 101 is a series of informal talks by our resident scientists and curators. Each talk will highlight different plant and animal populations in San Diego County.
Join mammologist Scott Tremor as he talks about the rich biodiversity of mammals in San Diego County and the adaptations needed for living in the harsh desert environment to urban landscapes. Scott is also the author of the recently published The San Diego County Mammal Atlas.
The series will take place from January to March 2019.
Tickets are $9 for members and $12 for non-members.