Tommy Wilson

Live Collections and Husbandry Manager, Santa Barbara Natural History Museum, Sea Center.

Live Collections and Husbandry Manager, Santa Barbara Natural History Museum, Sea Center.

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The Santa Barbara Natural History Museum’s new exhibit    “Saving the White Abalone”    follows local conservation efforts to reintroduce the large sea snails to the wild through…

Sea Center exhibit: efforts to save the endangered white abalone

The Santa Barbara Natural History Museum’s new exhibit “Saving the White Abalone” follows local conservation efforts to reintroduce the large sea snails to the wild through…

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