Clayton Anderson is a self taught naturalist and artist (BA drawing and painting) who leads nature experiences for a number of organizations. He is a contributing naturalist with the California Center for Natural History, and Eco-Ed program coordinator for Golden Gate Audubon. He likes spending his free time visiting wildlife refuges and eating Indian tacos.
Where do shorebirds sleep? Hint: it’s not always at night.
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