Bill Dewey's Carrizo Plain photographs in Wildling Museum exhibit

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"Carrizo Plain: A National Treasure

Barbara Goodall Education Center

The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is proud to present a pop-up art exhibit in the Barbara Goodall Education Center that features photographs of the Carrizo Plain National Monument. The photographers, Bill Dewey and Jim Stoicheff, capture the beauty of this public land. The Carrizo Plain, which is approximately 50 miles long and 15 miles wide, is home to thirteen different endangered species—making it the largest population center for endangered species in our state. It is also the single largest remaining grassland in the state of California as well as the largest protected area for birds anywhere along the Pacific Flyway (which stretches from Alaska to South America)." -- The Wildling Museum

Marcia Burtt Gallery