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January 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Development has fragmented territories where animals once had free range to seek food, shelter, and breeding grounds. Collisions on roadways, especially highways, pose a lethal hazard to wildlife as well as endanger human life. Wildlife crossings over and under roadways are becoming more common. Join Charlotte Wildlife Stewards as we welcome Steve Goodman, Conservation Biologist with the National Parks Conservation Association, and learn about these lifesaving structures.
Steve Goodman is a Conservation Biologist with the National Parks Conservation Association – Southeast Region based in western North Carolina. With 20 years of experience studying sensitive wildlife and habitats, his aim is to find the balance between the need for novel research and using existing, best available information to make timely decisions to conserve wildlife and landscapes. He has worked as a wildlife biologist for Virginia Tech, Arizona Game & Fish and Washington Fish & Wildlife and holds BS degrees in biology and finance from the University of South Florida and a MS in biology from the University of West Florida.