The New York Turtle and Tortoise Society announces|
Saturday, April 30,
9:00 A.M.5:00 P.M.
The Linder Theater American Musuem of Natural History
79th at Central Park West
New York City
(Please use Security entrance on Central Park West.)
The New York Turtle and Tortoise Societys eightteenth Annual Seminar will be a full-day event featuring four presentations. The fee for the day, which which includes lunch at the Museum Food Court, is $45 per person.
We are pleased to return once again to the American Museum of Natural History for Seminar 2005. On Manhattans Upper West Side, easily accessible by public transportation, the Museum has been the site of our regular monthly meetings for more than 20 years. Visit the Museums Web site at www.amnh.org and Natural History Magazine, naturalhistorymag.com.
General Curator, Staten Island Zoo
Zoos, Herps and People:
An International Perspective
Ken Kawata and Gunda
Science Director, Hudsonia Ltd. and Professor of
Environmental Studies, Bard College,
Annandale New York
Conservation and Restoration of
Blanding's Turtle Habitat in
Dutchess County, New York
In 1990, Marla Emrich, then a graduate student in environmental studies at Bard College, created artificial nesting sites for Blanding's turtles.
Student Researchers of |
the Terrapin Conservation Program
The Wetlands Institute, Stone Harbor, New Jersey
Terrapin Research and Conservation
at the Wetlands Institute
Bonnie and James erect barrier fence to prevent terrapins from crossing road.
Peter C. H. Pritchard|
Chelonian Research Institute, Oviedo, Florida
Tortoises of Africa
Peter Pritchard and with Aldabra tortoises at the Chelonia Research Institute, Oveido, Florida