Cosmik Debris – A Naturalist’s Ramblings on the US/Mexico Borderlands

By Rob Nixon

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 – 7:00 pm Pacific Time


NOTE: This month’s presentation will be held online. Zoom login information below. Our in-person events are suspended until further notice.

Join us for this travelogue focusing on southern California, Arizona and Texas. We will visit the Sonoran and Chiuhuahan deserts and the Tamaulipan thrornscrub of deep south Texas,  traversing the habitats of Peniocereus, Ferocactus, Ariocarpus, Lopophora, and much more along the way. Rob’s other passion is herpetology, so you can also expect a generous selection of amphibian and reptile photos.

Rob Nixon has a life-long interest in natural history. Since 1996, he has worked as a biologist, living in the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts. His interests and experience conducting field studies on a variety of organisms throughout the southwestern United States and Mexico has given him familiarity with the remarkable flora, fauna, and cultures indigenous to these regions and their relationships with the environment.




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