Hadley Fund Talk: “Problems We Are Facing with Wildlife Conservation in Pennsylvania”

Tuesday, January 31, 8pm-10pm

Kennett Friends Meetinghouse, 125 W. Sickle Street, Kennett Square, PA


Free talks and performances are sponsored by the Hadley Memorial Fund throughout the year and focus on a diverse set of topics to educate and entertain our community. No tickets required. Both of these talks are being held at the Kennett Friends Meetinghouse in Kennett Square, PA.


"Problems We Are Facing with Wildlife Conservation in Pennsylvania" with Dan Mummert

Tuesday, January 31 @ 8pm

Dan Mummert is the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s wildlife diversity biologist for Southeastern Pennsylvania. His role with the PGC is to help conserve Pennsylvania's approximately 100 bird and mammal species of greatest conservation need. Before his employment with the PGC, Dan worked as a wildlife biologist in California, Utah, Arizona, Delaware, Maryland, and western Pennsylvania. Dan has bachelor and master’s degrees in wildlife conservation from University of Delaware and Northern Arizona University respectively.

In this program, Dan will talk about several conservation issues affecting Pennsylvania's non-game wildlife. He will then provide examples of how the PGC is working to address these issues.


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