Idaho Amphibians: Then & Now
September 25, 2019
We are excited to announce our first lecture in the Discover the Naturalist Within Lecture Series, Dr. Charles "Chuck" Peterson will be presenting "Idaho Amphibians: Then & Now."
Dr. Peterson is a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University and the Affiliate Curator of Herpetology for the Museum. He teaches introductory biology, herpetology, and ecological photography. His research interests include the spatial, physiological, and conservation ecology of amphibians and reptiles, especially in the Northern Intermountain West. He coordinates the Idaho Chapter of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation and manages the Idaho Amphibian and Reptile iNaturalist Project.
Peterson is an avid nature photographer and seeks to use his photography to conserve and restore amphibian and reptile species and their habitats.
This is free to the public.
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