Naturalist Michael Ellis Talks Bay Area Wilderness

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Michael Ellis brings a sense of joy and adventure to his work as a naturalist and tour guide. He's hula hooped on top of a termite mound in Botswana and survived a near-death experience with a buffalo in Tanzania. He's also written about earthworms and rain for Bay Nature magazine and has joined Forum before to discuss the environmental impact of California wildfires. Ellis joins us to talk about the Bay Area’s natural landscape and his upcoming trip through the Mojave Desert.