Brown Bag Lunch Series: The Amphibians of Mount Auburn Cemetery
Amphibians, which in New England means frogs, toads, and salamanders, have been living in Mount Auburn Cemetery since its consecration in 1831. Learn which species were probably present then and why the number of species in the Cemetery has declined over the years. Joe Martinez, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Herpetology, Museum of Comparitive Zoology, Harvard, will discuss how the cemetery staff and volunteers are currently engaged in increasing the amphibian biodiversity within the cemetery… Show more
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Watertown, MA 02138