Mammologist Scott Tremor of the San Diego Natural History Museum in Big Bear Lake installing a bird feeder and a hair-collection tube near the home of a person assisting in his research on the San Bernardino flying squirrel.
Mammologist Scott Tremor of the San Diego Natural History Museum in Big Bear Lake installing a bird feeder and a hair-collection tube near the home of a person assisting in his research on the San Bernardino flying squirrel. JOHN M. BLODGETT Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Mammologist Scott Tremor of the San Diego Natural History Museum in Big Bear Lake installing a bird feeder and a hair-collection tube near the home of a person assisting in his research on the San Bernardino flying squirrel. JOHN M. BLODGETT Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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