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🐸 @UCSC offer tours of the Younger Lagoon Reserve, a natural preserve on the west side of Santa Cruz. The reserve is one of the few relatively undisturbed wetlands remaining on the California Central Coast. Tours are free and open to the public. https://t.co/qUVDrrMsjc pic.twitter.com/P4DGLUApzo— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) February 3, 2023
Erika Zavaleta, ecologist at @ucsc, has been selected to lead the new Center for Climate-Adaptive Biodiversity Conservation after being awarded a grant from @UofCalifornia’s Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPI) program. https://t.co/xLhEgELKm7 pic.twitter.com/PsXt6Hv0ea— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) January 26, 2023
Sitting at 4200', the #LickObservatory overlooks Santa Clara County from atop Mount Hamilton. Every now & then, it turns into a winter wonderland ❄️ Today was one of those days!— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) February 24, 2023
📸 Photos: 1 - Elinor Gates; 2, 3, 4 - Joe Halay#santacruz @LickObservatory @UCObservatories pic.twitter.com/psfRObuysd
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