Saturday June 18, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Join us on Saturday, June 18th for a family-friendly program about the Amazing Reptiles and Amphibians of Southeast Wisconsin. Wildlife biologist Dr. Josh Kapfer will tell us about some of the reptiles and amphibians we can find in our region, how to identify them, and what habitat needs they have. Kettle Moraine Land Trust works to preserve and protect open space not just for human enjoyment, but to provide important habitat for these special animals.
The program will run from 10:00-11:30 a.m. at Natureland Park (W8338 Territorial Rd, Whitewater, WI 53190), and will meet in the picnic shelter. The program is kid-appropriate and free, part of Kettle Moraine Land Trust’s community environmental education efforts. To learn more about our education and stewardship activities, please check out our website (URL). Kettle Moraine Land Trust is a non-profit organization and an accredited land trust serving Walworth County. Donations are welcome.
Joshua M. Kapfer, Ph.D. is a Professor of Biology at UW-Whitewater and a Certified Wildlife Biologist ® with The Wildlife Society. He is originally from Stoughton, WI and earned his Master’s Degree in Biology and Aquatic Science from UW-La Crosse and Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution from UW-Milwaukee. He has worked as a natural resource regulator with the Wisconsin DNR and an environmental consultant with Stantec. He has been a college professor for roughly 12 years. Josh is broadly interested in vertebrate ecology and conservation, although most of his published research focuses on amphibians and reptiles. He is also the co-editor and co-author of the upcoming book Amphibians and Reptiles of Wisconsin, which is slated for publication by UW Press in 2022.
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