Natural History Speaker Series presents "Big Lizards Behaving Badly in Florida"
a talk by Todd Campbell
Would you like to learn how can we prevent non-native species
from becoming established in the first place?
Join us for a talk on early detection and rapid
response as a way to thwart their establishment. Find out more!
ABOUT TODD CAMPBELL:
Todd Campbell is a vertebrate ecologist with a
special interest in the amphibians and reptiles
of the southeast. His broad research interests
include the study of how introduced species
differ in their native and invaded lands and
how introduced species interact with their
ABOUT NATURAL HISTORY SPEAKER SERIES:
The Friends of Boyd Hill Nature Preserve and the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department present the Natural History Speaker Series, a program that offers fascinating presentations on the natural and cultural history of Florida by individuals who are authorities in their fields.
Second Tuesday from September through April at 7 PM
Lake Maggiore Environmental Education Center at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
1101 Country Club Way South, St. Petersburg, FL
Photo from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissions