USC Urban Biology Course Visits Habitat Restoration Sites
As part of their “Urban Conservation Biology” course, USC Master of Liberal Studies students visited coastal habitat restoration sites, including the Augustus Hawkins Nature Park in South LA, the El Segundo blue butterfly restored habitat in the Palos Verdes Peninsula, beach restorations in Redondo Beach and Torrance, the Madrona Marsh, and the Ballona Wetlands. On a separate field trip, USC MLS conservation biologists-in-training also compared wildlife observed in the Dominguez Gap restoration areas in north Long Beach and in the Los Angeles River.
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