Leaders flock to Dos Aguilas celebration

County Supervisor Ron Roberts and his policy advisor, Gabriel Gutierrez

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More than 400 influential leaders from the business and regional civic communities and friends of the San Diego Natural History Museum gathered Feb. 5 for “Dos Aguilas/Two Eagles” in celebration of the many years of binational research and education collaboration between the Southern California and Baja California region. Photos/Renay Johnson

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