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Sat, Jul 29

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Tubac Presidio Historic Park and Museum

Monsoon Lecture Series - Robert Villa

The Sonoran Desert Toad: Influencer, Iconic & Threatened The Sonoran Desert region is world-renowned for bio-cultural diversity, including its amphibians! This presentation will cover regional amphibian diversity, with a focus on the issues facing our most iconic amphibian: The Sonoran Desert Toad.

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Monsoon Lecture Series - Robert Villa
Monsoon Lecture Series - Robert Villa

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Jul 29, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM

Tubac Presidio Historic Park and Museum, 1 Burruel St, Tubac, AZ 85646, USA

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More About Robert Villa - 

The Sonoran Desert region is world renowned for bio-cultural diversity, including its amphibians! This presentation will cover regional amphibian diversity, with a focus on the issues facing our most iconic amphibian: The Sonoran Desert Toad.

Robert Villa is a Tucsonan and naturalist specializing in botany, herpetology (amphibians and reptiles), biogeography, and ethnobiology. He has worked in the Sonoran Desert region since 2004, consulting for National Geographic, BBC, New York Times, and various multimedia projects.

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