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Next NYTTS Meeting — Professor Russell Burke
Saturday, November 26, 3:00 p.m.
Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew
263 W 86th Street, New York City

“Building on What We've Learned: What's New
with New York Terrapin Research and Conservation”

These are exciting times for New York terrapin research—we are learning more about Jamaica Bay's terrapins, we are developing new techniques, we are surveying the rest of Long Island and the Hudson, and we are collaborating with other local researchers. Come hear some updates and get involved! 
—Russell Burke

Russell Burke earned a B.S. in zoology from Ohio State University, and an M.S. in wild­life ecology from the University of Florida in Gainesville, working on gopher tortoise conserva­tion. His Ph.D. in biology is from the University of Michigan, where his work focused on the ecology and evolution of midwestern freshwater turtles. Russell is Professor of Biology at Hofstra Uni­versity on Long Island. He teaches ecology, evolution, conservation biology, urban ecology, and wildlife disease ecology, and he is one of the coordinators of the new Urban Ecology program. He co-teaches Hofstra's Biology-Geology study abroad class on the Evolutionary Ecology and Geology of Ecuador, including the Galápagos Islands.

Our meeting place: The Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, just steps from the 86th Street subway station on the No. 1 train (Broadway line). Please use side entrance on 86th Street.

View from corner of Broadway and West 86th Street looking west. Note subway station in the right foreground and church tower beyond.

Farther west on W. 86th Street, approach­ing side entrance (behind tree) to the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew

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