Turtles at Work and the 50-year Exhibit - UPDATE July 2, 2019

At the WRI, painted turtles dug holes closer to each other than I have ever seen, laying eggs in unison. Painted turtles laying eggsPainted turtles laying eggsDebra Isaacs snapped the picture. Yesterday, she and her husband Mike protected several nests from the gray fox family that has a burrow maybe 35 feet away. They covered the nests with metal garbage can lids, and it seems to be working.

Judy Lynn and DebJudy Lynn and DebAt the Bear Center, Judy McClure, me, and Debra Isaacs (in order l to r) sat for a picture to celebrate Deb’s completion of a bio of Lynn’s work for the 50-year bear research exhibit that Judy McClure will be upgrading in the next couple weeks to have it ready to open in time for the LilyPad Picnic, which is July 18 to 21.

Thank you for all you do.
Lynn Rogers, Biologist, Wildlife Research Institute and North American Bear Center

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