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The Otay River watershed covers approximately 145 square miles in southwest San Diego county, California. It is home to a diverse wildlife population and provides recreational opportunities for residents and visitors. This beautifully illustrated, bilingual guide highlights over 140 familiar and unique species and includes a map featuring prominent wildlife-viewing areas. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information and ideal for field use by visitors and resident alike. Created in collaboration with Wildcoast, and with the generous funding of the Hattie Ettinger Conservation Fund, part of the proceeds from the sale of this guide go to support the work of Wildcoast and its work in the Otay River Watershed in South San Diego County.
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Fifteen years ago Serge Dedina, co-founder of Wildcoast, set out to protect some of the most beautiful and biologically significant coastal areas in the Californias and Latin America. Today, the organization's groundbreaking conservation projects and innovative campaigns have been reported on by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, BBC, NBC, National Public Radio, Reforma, Televisa, CBS News, Associated Press and National Geographic. Wildcoast has helped conserve more than 3.2 million acres of globally significant bays, beaches, lagoons, coral reefs and islands, including 17,536 acres of Marine Proteced Areas in Southern California. We will keep inspiring people into action to defend the coast and ocean and wildlife that is endangered or threatened with extinction.
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I don't know how you got a book printed 26 years ago in the conditions that I received it (like new) but you do it! ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!
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