Photos by Link Davis
About the Presenter:
Andrew Curtis is an Environmental Compliance Manager for Haines & Kibblehouse; board member and instructor for the Northampton County Junior Conservation School; board member for the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy; and an Environmental Scientist for American BioSoils & Compost, LLC. In addition, Andy has also conducted classes for the Master Naturalist program.
Seeking the Watershed's Amphibians
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Presenter: Andrew Curtis
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Begins at Conservancy's Brownstone Barn
Fee*: $10 Members/ $13 Non-Members
* Pre-registration with payment required.
By phone: 610.287.9383
Online: Please fill out the registration form here.
Join us for this indoor/outdoor presentation by Andrew Curtis, Conservancy Board member and avid herpetologist. Andrew’s passion for frogs, salamanders and toads has taken him to numerous wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic States. His bountiful knowledge of each species’ life cycle, behaviors, habitat needs and threats to their survival provides participants an in-depth look at the status of our native amphibians. Andrew’s enthusiasm is contagious and his dedication to a fragile species is inspiring. We begin at the Conservancy for a slide presentation, then travel to a local wetland in the watershed. Dress for cool and damp conditions, bring tall waterproof boots, and a flashlight. This program takes place rain or shine!