The Beautiful Birds and Beasts of Cornwall: An illustrated talk by Larry Master – Zoom
The Beautiful Birds and Beasts of Cornwall: An illustrated talk by Larry Master – Conservation Biologist, Zoologist, and Photographer.
Sponsored by the Cornwall Library and the Cornwall Conservation Trust
Free. On Zoom. Registration required.
Larry Master is a conservation biologist, a zoologist, and long-time photographer. After doctoral and post-doctoral studies at the University of Michigan, he spent 20 years with The Nature Conservancy and 6 years with its offshoot NatureServe, most of that time as their Chief Zoologist. Larry helped start the Michigan, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Connecticut Natural Heritage Programs, the latter known as the Natural Diversity Database. He also co-authored Rivers of Life: Critical Watersheds for Protecting Freshwater Biodiversity and authored numerous other publications. In his retirement he serves on multiple boards and science advisory committees including the Cornwall Conservation Trust. Larry resides in Keene, NY and West Cornwall, CT and is married to Betty Spence.
A guided walk will follow at the Clark Preserve, Saturday, May 15th at from 9am – 11:30am. Please see the Cornwall Conservation Trust website, https://www.cornwallconservationtrust.org, for details and pre-registration. Limited to 8. Covid rules require masks and distancing. Tick spray suggested!