Manada Conservancy Hosts Nov. 10 Virtual Program By DCNR Wildlife Biologist On The Allegheny Woodrat
The Dauphin County-based Manada Conservancy will host a November 10 virtual program on the Allegheny Woodrat by DCNR Forestry Wildlife biologist Aura Stauffer starting at 7:00 p.m.
The presentation will discuss the natural history of the woodrat as well as efforts to study and conserve this threatened native woodland packrat.
Aura Stauffer works with non-game species management for DCNR's Bureau of Forestry and has been with the Bureau since 2002.
She has worked as a consultant for the EPA and a local engineering firm, as a marine biology instructor for the Audubon Society, and as an inventory coordinator for The Nature Conservancy.
Click Here to register for this free program. A link to the program will be sent when you register.
For more information on programs, initiatives, other upcoming events and how to get involved, visit the Manada Conservancy website. Click Here to learn more about Gardening for Nature consultation service.
[Posted: October 21, 2020]
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