Thanks to Scott Tremor!

Scott Tremor is a mammalogist at the San Diego Natural History Museum.  This semester he was kind enough to host the SDSU Mammalogy course at the museum, showcasing the Nat Mammal collections, and demonstrating a mammal specimen prep.

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Scott also led two separate small mammal trapping events at Mission Trails Regional Park.  Here students gained valuable, hands on field experience.  Thanks Scott for providing these excellent learning experiences and for inspiring SDSU students!

Peromyscus fraterculus

Peromyscus fraterculus

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About marshalhedin

University Professor, teaching college students about biological diversity & evolution, conducting original research in the realm of arachnid systematics
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