Join Audubon's Pam Golben for a multi-medium program begins with an illustrated slide show. Become familiar with the frog and toad species of New York State and learn to identify them by sight and sound. We will also discuss frog conservation issues and Citizen Science opportunities. Following the presentation, take a walk to the wetlands behind the library where we will practice identifying frogs by their vocalizations. We may even get a chance to see a frog or two calling!
Dress for the weather and bring a flashlight!
Pam holds a B.S. degree in Environmental Biology from SUNY New Paltz, she is a licensed veterinary technician and New York State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, Pam worked as Curator and Director of the Hudson Highland's Wildlife Center for 15 years and has been teaching nature programs for as long as she can remember. A beekeeper and avid hiker, Pam likes to incorporate her personal experiences into each of her programs and looks forward to sharing them with you.