Date: 10/12/18 4:36 am
From: Beth Goldberg <goldbug310...>
Subject: [JERSEYBI] Upcoming Bergen County Audubon Program
Join us on Weds., Oct. 17 as we explore "New Jersey’s Rarest Reptiles
and Amphibians" with Allegra Mitchell. Allegra manages Conserve Wildlife
Foundation’s (CWF) amphibian programs, including the Amphibian Crossing
Project and the Kauffeld’s Calling Frogs program. She works with landowners
to preserve bog turtle habitat on private lands and conducts bog turtle
population monitoring. She also manages initiatives to reconnect critical
habitat for wildlife in New Jersey. Allegra received a B.A. in
Environmental Science – Conservation Biology as well as an M.S. in Biology
from Clark University, where her research focused on the effects of the
environment on amphibian habitat preferences and locomotion. Meetings are
free and open to all and held at Teaneck Creek Conservancy, 20 Puffin Way,
Teaneck. Business meeting at 7:30PM with program at 8:00.

Beth Goldberg
Fair Lawn

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