Lila Higgins

Senior Manager for Community Science at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Guest/KCRW Staff

Senior Manager for Community Science at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Lila Higgins on KCRW

The City Nature Challenge began as a friendly rivalry between LA and San Francisco.

Be a citizen scientist: Make cities better habitats for humans and animals

The City Nature Challenge began as a friendly rivalry between LA and San Francisco.

from Greater LA

In LA, more than 2500 species were identified by about 1400 observers in this year’s City Nature Challenge. The western fence lizard was the most observed species.

Find LA's rare plants and animals through City Nature Challenge

In LA, more than 2500 species were identified by about 1400 observers in this year’s City Nature Challenge. The western fence lizard was the most observed species.

from Greater LA

Bird nesting season begins earlier in Southern California compared to other parts of the country. And for the Southland’s most common owl species, it happens even earlier.

Owl city: It’s nesting season for nocturnal LA bird species

Bird nesting season begins earlier in Southern California compared to other parts of the country. And for the Southland’s most common owl species, it happens even earlier.

from Greater LA

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