Feb 2, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This talk will cover the basics of the herpetological species of the Douglas Fir-Redwood Forest ecosystem including what species can be found, their life cycles and important information for educating visitors about these reclusive moisture lovers. This includes both a classroom and a field component.
Meets: Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/ Stewards Office in the Armstrong Redwoods SNR (fee covers entry)
Speaker: Brian Lavin, Researcher SSU Department of Biology. Brian specializes in phylogenetic analysis and molecular phylogenetics. He can often be found giving talks about Giant Salamanders and Alligator Lizards.
Information: contact Kat at email@example.com or 1(707)869-9177 ext. 1#