2020 Year in Review 

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January – San Jose Taiko drummers Stewart Kume spun and swung the drum around the floor while Kristine Lee drummed and danced as part of the WWII Japanese American incarceration camp story performance.
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January – Kristine (Kristine Lee of San Jose Taiko) shared a WWII Japanese American incarceration camp story-line moment with Tony (Tony Luong, of Arcata).
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January – A Global Day of Protest: No War on Iran! In around 100 cities across the U.S. These protestors, organized by a variety of organizations, showed up on the Arcata Plaza around 2 p.m.
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January – A soloist in the Healing and Compassion Spiritual Singers and Black Empowerment Dance Troupe helped close the Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday event in Eureka, with group director Valetta Molofsky looking on.
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January – Dell'Arte's Commedia performance by the first-year students.
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February – Humboldt Marble Weekend in Eureka. Marbles by John Bridges.
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February – Marble Weekend in Eureka. Glass ball by George Bucquet.
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February – Inked Hearts Expo in Blue Lake. Jesse Gonzalez won Best Black & Gray Tattoo on Friday with this work done by his cousin Juan Gonzalez (both live in Salinas). Jesse said he's a fan of Michael Myers, a fictional character from the Halloween series of slasher films.
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February – Inked Hearts Expo in Blue Lake. Dre Meza, tattoo artist at Lullaby Lounge in Eureka, worked out of the Kinetik Lounge on one of his clients on Friday night.
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February – Trinidad Head provided a scenic backdrop to the Clam Beach Run crossing at Little River (runner Kelly Ridgway, center).
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February – Joseph Esparza (left) and Aaron Campbell, both of Arcata, were the first two runners to cross Little River and they ended up placing first and second in the 8 3/4-mile Clam Beach Run.
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April – Skunk Cabbage plants along Janes Creek in the Arcata Community Forest.
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May – A Northern Pacific Tree Frog in hiding at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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May – Sea Bindweed and sand verbena flowers covered the dunes south of Redwood Creek.
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May – Wild strawberries ripened in the dunes south of Redwood Creek.
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May – A western tger swallowtail butterfly fed on newly opened azalea blossoms at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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May – Wild cucumber along Hiller Trail in McKinleyville.
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June – A wrecked pickup suspended from trees near Petrolia.
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June – Columbia tiger lily blossoms along Elk Head trail near Trinidad.
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June – National news appeared as graffiti in the Arcata Community Forest along Janes Creek.
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July – Marsh wren at Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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July – River otters at Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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July – NEOWISE Comet and the Big Dipper viewed from the Kneeland Airport after sunset.
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August – Ancient fire scar inside an old-growth redwood stump in the Arcata Community Forest.
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September – It was back to school time for the Roosevelt elk at the campground near Redwood National Park.
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September – This Barred Owl was focused on a nearby squirrel along the Ossagan Trail in Redwood National Park.
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September – We awoke to a red sky and sun from smoke from nearby wildfires.
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September – This HSU student was supposed to be looking for birds for his ornithology class but he was more interested in photographing the garter snakes he found along the trail at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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October – Fall color in big leaf maple leaves was enhanced by the smoky sunlight on this day at Headwaters Forest Reserve.
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October – The signs near the Big Tree in Redwood National Park leave no doubt there's big trees in the old growth redwood forest.
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October – This Peregrine falcon swooped just over our heads at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary (its tail feathers still wet from an attempted kill in the oxidation pond).
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November – A large big leaf maple tree covered in moss along the Redwood Creek trail east of Orick.
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November – A great egret came in for a landing at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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November – A questionable stropharia mushroom emerged in the Arcata Community Forest.
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November – The last of the fall color had ended along the James Irvine Trail in Redwood National Park.
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November – A flock of black oystercatchers walked near the mouth of Little River.
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December – Amanita muscaria mushroom in Patrick's Point State Park.
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December – Ma-lel Dunes beach.
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December – Great egret in the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.
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January – San Jose Taiko drummers Stewart Kume spun and swung the drum around the floor while Kristine Lee drummed and danced as part of the WWII Japanese American incarceration camp story performance.

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