Just a quick note to say that our second field expedition last week was a resounding success! We had 12 people in the field, and our volunteer researchers worked as an excellent team. They came from California State University - Los Angeles, California State University - Northridge, California State University - Fullerton, California Lutheran University, and from the private sector! This season's work was focused on small mammals, and leading our team was Dr. Jim Ryan of Hobart & William Smith Colleges in New York. Dr. Jim was an amazing asset to our work, and we had a great time executing our first study of our area's animal biology. 

Here are a couple of pictures to whet your appetite! More to come in the form of guest blogs and pictures in the next few days.

~Jess

L to R: Parth (CSUF Engineering), Dr. Jim ( Hobart & William Smith Biology), Savannah ( Cal Lutheran Chemistry & Environmental Science), Teresa (CSULA Biology), Allie (MysticArts Pictures), Carlos (Blueprint Earth COO), Jess (Blueprint Earth CEO), Liz (CSULA Biology), Stephanie (CSULA Biology), and Nicole (CSUN Biogeography/GIS). Not pictured (arrived later): Steve (CSULA Engineering) and Racha (CSUF Engineering).

L to R: Parth (CSUF Engineering), Dr. Jim ( Hobart & William Smith Biology), Savannah ( Cal Lutheran Chemistry & Environmental Science), Teresa (CSULA Biology), Allie (MysticArts Pictures), Carlos (Blueprint Earth COO), Jess (Blueprint Earth CEO), Liz (CSULA Biology), Stephanie (CSULA Biology), and Nicole (CSUN Biogeography/GIS). Not pictured (arrived later): Steve (CSULA Engineering) and Racha (CSUF Engineering).

Teresa with a canyon mouse friend.

Teresa with a canyon mouse friend.


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