Photo Credit: San Diego Historical Society
The carnivorous specimens can't tolerate the salts and other minerals in San Diego's tap water.
A late '20s or early '30s Model A Ford. The sketch includes features of the ...
Mud cave opening
View of mud cave openings
View from Badlands Overlook
Large areas of ground had taken on the appearance of cracked pottery, and we got ...
Mike Rasmusson in 2000 became the first city arborist — looking after all the trees ...
Kate Sessions Balboa Park Nursery. You could live in San Diego all your life and ...
Desert Garden, Balboa Park. Sirois wanted the new Zoo Place plantings to "kind of match" ...
Paula Root likes to tuck orchids throughout the Botanical Building.
Balboa Park eucalyptus. During most of the 20th Century, the eucalyptuses seemed to be pest-free. ...
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Ian Anderson noon, May 27
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