Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 25, 2020

Virtual Anza-Borrego Campfire Chats

From the Anza-Borrego Foundation

Upcoming Campfire Chats

Friday, June 26: Kathy Dice, former park superintendent, shares about native palm oases. Among the questions Kathy will address: “Why are the native palm oases there? Who and what lives there or lived there in the past? What secrets do they hold? What can we do to promote their health and longevity?”

Saturday, June 27: Former Supervising Ranger Fred Jee will talk about the presence of U.S. military in the Park from 1942 till 1945. He will discuss which units participated, what they did, and the effects of the evidence of their activity that remains.

Sunday, July 5: Former Park Superintendent Mark Jorgensen has been studying Anza-Borrego’s iconic desert bighorn sheep since 1967. His program “will help enlighten folks on the natural history of this magnificent animal and describe how important the Endangered Species Act has been to its recovery in the Peninsular Ranges.”

Watch the Campfire Chats live!

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