‘Phantom Lakes of the Desert and their Fishes’

– Press release

Come to the free slideshow, “Phantom Lakes of the Desert and their Fishes,” by retired Fish & Wildlife biologist Phil Pister, at the Monday, May 4 meeting of the Mono Basin Historical Society.

Phil Pister

Phil Pister

His personal history and knowledge of the Owens Valley pupfish, the ancient expanse of regional lakes, and our few native fishes will make for a memorable evening.  The program begins at 7 PM at the Lee Vining Community Center; arrive then or at 6 PM for a potluck dinner and business meeting.  All are welcome!

The Lee Vining Community Center is on Mattly Avenue, down the street from the Mono Basin History Museum/Old Schoolhouse and world famous Upside Down House, which are operated from May through October by the non-profit Historical Society.

Owens pupfish

Owens pupfish

The Society meets the first Monday of each month, with programs open to the general public.  Call 760 647-6461 or email curator@monobasinhs.org .

 

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