The Endangered Species Of California
Late 20th Early 21st Century
25 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE
(63.5 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Rare and Endangered Species Program - California Department of Fish and Game / George Deukmejiam, governor. not printed with tax dollars." printed in black and centered at the bottom of the poster.

Poster has a gray background with black and gray illustration and a beige map. At the top is "The Endangered Species Of California" in green. To the bottom right of the text is a white seal of California. Centered on the poster is a beige map of California surrounded by numbered illustration of a San Joaquin kit fox, American pergin falcon, light-footed clapper rail (bird), western lily, salt march harvest mouse, San Joaquin antelope squirrel, elf owl and bull trout. The numbers correspond to a list identifying the plants and animals to the bottom left of the map. Centered near the bottom is "you can help them survive by filling in Line 90 on your State Tax Return" in green and a paragraph further explaining Line 90 below in black. Centered at the bottom is a green and white logo for the California Endangered Species Program. Aforementioned enclosed by a red line border. The left and right sides of the poster have a green background with white lists of the endangered species in California.
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