Naturalist Nights: Ancient Wetlands: Their Essential Value and Threats in our Warming World

About the Speaker

Delia Malone is an ecologist at the Colorado Natural Heritage Program. As a field ecologist with CNHP, she conducts biological surveys of upland, wetland and stream habitats and biological surveys for rare plants and animals across Colorado with the goal of conservation. Delia is also Wildlife Chair for the Colorado Chapter of the Sierra Club, vice-chair of Roaring Fork Audubon and is a passionate advocate for the preservation of all things wild.

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Naturalist Nights: Ancient Wetlands: Their Essential Value and Threats in our Warming World

March 8 & March 9, 6pm

Upcoming Dates:

March 8, 2023 from 6–7pm

March 9, 2023 from 6–7pm

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