A picture plea to save California's endangered species

Moser, Dan
October 1991
Smithsonian;Oct91, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p114
Pictures several endangered species that are native to California. Description of the book `Here Today: Portraits of Our Vanishing Species'; How the photographers conducted their studies of these animals; Effects of development on animal populations.


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