Saving Upper Newport Bay: How Frank and Frances Robinson Fought to Preserve one of California’s Last Estuaries
by Cassandra Radcliff
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This is the story of two ordinary people’s life-changing journey, which ultimately impacted the history and ecology of southern California. (8×8, 128 pages, paperback)
Author, Cassandra Radcliff-Mendoza, a writer and editor from Orange County, California, began volunteering at Upper Newport Bay in 2014 after visiting the park for birdwatching. She currently lives in south Orange County with her husband and cat, and works for Walter Foster Publishing, a book publisher founded in Laguna Beach in 1922. Her passions are habitat restoration, local history, travel, and Disneyland.
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