Wildlife Education Series

The Wildlife Education Series is a monthly educational discussion covering a wide range of topics pertaining to Biology, Ecology, Marine Biology, Animal Behavior, Veterinary and Conservation Sciences held at the Buttonwood Park Zoo in the evening. The format of the seminars will vary based on the topic and speaker, from lecture to problem based learning, and will be geared to inquisitive individuals who are eager to learn and ask questions.

Wildlife Education Series Dates
October 12th – Life 10 Stories Up: Tropical Treetops – The Last Biotic Frontier
November 9th – Understanding Our Changing Oceans:  Innovations in Marine Science at UMASS Dartmouth
December 7th – Animals on the Move: A Story of Migration and Dispersal Over Land and Under the Sea
January 11th – Is it Boom or Bust on Our Coral Reefs? Climate Change, Disease and Recovery
February 13th – Conservation of New World Primates
March 1st – The Importance of Native Bees & Honey Bees


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Linda and her husband grow cranberries, blueberries and beach grass on their family farm in Wareham.  She has been a professional writer for over 30 years in one form or another, writing open space and conservation plans for towns and most recently writing conservation farm plans for farmers including plans for enhancing pollinator habitat.  From 2002 – 2012, Linda worked in a USDA Field office in West Wareham and has since been working as a consultant doing the same with USDA in MA & RI. She writes Pollinator Habitat Enhancement plans for farmers, land trusts, as well as the Plymouth County Conservation District and is a consult with the Xerces Society for the conservation of bees.



All attendees will receive a 15% off certificate for Not Your Average Joe’s which can be redeemed on the evening of each lecture. nyaj_vertical