Siphlonurus sp. (Gray Drake) © 2015 Shelley Pneh

Biologists from a range of institutions visit the Angelo Coast Range Reserve every year to study wildlife and habitats. Photos and specimen records from many of these collection trips can be viewed online using resources from the Berkeley Natural History Museums.

Database for species lists can be found on ReserveMapper, brought to you by Holos: Berkeley Ecoinformatics Engine. Select “Angelo Coast Range Reserve” from the top drop down menu.

Other databases for Angelo photos and specimen records:

  • Essig Museum of Entomology Angelo List: Over 100,000 digitized specimen records from a collection of more than 5 million pinned specimens. Alternatively, use the main search, type “Angelo” into the Locality field and optionally enter all or part of the scientific name.
  • Museum of Vertebrate Zoology:  More than 600,000 specimens of birds, herps, and mammals.  Type “Angelo” into Specific Locality, and “CA” into Asserted State/Province and choose a Collection under “Identifiers.” A list can be found here.

Other specimen resources: