Enjoying outdoors is in her DNA.

Fortunately for Duffy, much of her work involves being outside and on trails. The former San Diego State zoology/biology major, who grew up here, works for the Earth Discovery Institute, a small nonprofit based in El Cajon, as its education and outreach biologist. About half her time is spent outdoors, leading educational hikes for young students, doing revegetation work or taking photos for various research projects. She also leads interpretive hikes for the San Diego Natural History Museum’s Canyoneers, a volunteer organization that explores every corner of the county, explaining flora, fauna and geology to those who sign up for its outings.

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My intent is to document, via photographs, plants species of this reserve.
I started this task as a volunteer around October 2011. I will have numerous photos to upload and do not feel that it should be restricted to plants. Therefore, the contributions of others are welcome.
Patricia Gordon-Reedy (CBI) and Fred Sproul have contributed a list of 268 species of plants in 2000. ...more ↓

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