Thank you Sonoma State Students!

A huge thank you to all the Sonoma State students and in particular Prof. Shannon Lee for being the first MEP (Marine Ecology Program) to document all their tide pool findings on iNat and specifically on our Marine Ecology of Fort Ross project! I'm so impressed with all our finds!

Thanks and come back again!

  • Sondra Hunter
    Marine Ecology Program Manager

Posted on September 19, 2016 10:24 PM by thefruithunter thefruithunter | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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