Webinar with Meghan Walla-Murphy
What can the wildlife behavior and movement reveal to us about where we live and our sense of place? Join Meghan Walla-Murphy, wildlife ecologist, writer, and educator, to learn foundational principles of animal tracking and go beyond identifying the critters in your backyard to the nuances of what wildlife can teach us. Through keen observation and listening, the stories of landscape emerge to help us build close, lasting relationships with wild creatures and the land on which we all reside.
Meghan Walla-Murphy has had the great fortune of being able to combine her passions for animal tracking, writing and people into vocations of habitat conservation and public awareness. As an educator, wildlife ecologist and writer of books, essays and articles, Meghan strives to help people connect to their external and internal landscapes through observation and tracking. Some of Meghan’s current work projects in California include a habitat connectivity project in Sonoma County and lead of the North Bay Bear Collaborative. In addition, Meghan is faculty in the Natural Resource Management Dept. at Santa Rosa Junior College and an instructor for University CA Master Naturalist Program. To contact Meghan or read more about her background and work, please visit her website at www.meghanwallamurphy.com
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