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Salamanders and other Amphibians with Dr. Kira McEntire

March 9, 2023

Salamanders and other Amphibians with Dr. Kira McEntire

March 9, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join the Union County Wildlife Chapter at their monthly meeting to learn about salamanders and other amphibians of North Carolina with Dr. Kira McEntire who is passionate about using best teaching practices and broadly interested in behavioral ecology and conservation. Please register below to attend online or in-person in Monroe, NC.

Dr. Kira McEntire is an assistant professor of biology at Queens University of Charlotte. She earned her PhD from the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Georgia, where she conducted research exploring the interface between physiology, behavior, and population ecology for salamanders in a complex landscape. She then pursued her love for teaching as a visiting assistant professor of biology at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX for two years. Dr. McEntire does extensive Individual/Agent Based Modeling and is currently collaborating on a couple of different projects and current research interests centering around behavioral ecology and maintenance of polymorphisms in reptiles and amphibians. Details about the event and location will be sent by email upon registration.

REGISTER HERE!

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Online or In-Person

United States

Organizer: Union County Wildlife Chapter