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File:Mink returns to Alhambra Creek Cheryl Reynolds Courtesy Worth a Dam.jpg


English: Face of mink that recently recolonized Alhambra Creek, Martinez, CA.
Date 2008
Source Emailed to me by Worth a Dam organization's president, Heidi Perryman
Author Cheryl Reynolds, Worth a Dam
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