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Dragonfly student creates art streaming series about the threatened/endangered species of San Bernardino County

Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) graduate student Grace Ali created a biological art-stream video series on three threatened/endangered species from each region of California’s San Bernardino County...

Dragonfly student creates art streaming series about the threatened/endangered species of San Bernardino County

Grace Ali

Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) graduate student Grace Ali created a biological art-stream video series on three threatened/endangered species from each region of California’s San Bernardino County: the deserts, mountains, and valleys. The videos were created by Ali, along with her brother and her brother’s fiancé. 

The desert region video focuses on the:

  • Desert Tortoise
  • Mojave Tarplant
  • Mohave Ground Squirrel

The mountain region video focuses on the:

  • Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog
  • Southern Rubber Boa
  • Big Bear Valley Sandwort

The valley region video sheds light on the: 

  • Delhi Sands Flower-Loving Fly
  • Santa Ana River Woolystar
  • San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat

Ali, who lives in Highland, California, is working on her biology master's degree through the AIP with experiential learning at Brookfield Zoo Chicago. She currently works as a daily trail guide and recreation worker​​ at the Thousand Pines Outdoor Science School in Crestline, California.

A chart showing the three threatened/endangered species from each region of California’s San Bernardino County. In the desert section there is Desert Tortoise, Mojave Tarplant, Mohave Ground Squirrel. In the Mountain section there is Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog, Southern Rubber Boa, Big Bear Valley Sandwort. In the Valley section there is Delhi Sands Flower-Loving Fly, Santa Ana River Woolystar, San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat.

Photo credit: Openverse.org