Sneak Peek: “Tiny: Charismatic Minifauna from the Permanent Collection”

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A guided walk through the gallery with local Research Scientist Embere Hall.

Location: National Museum of Wildlife Art
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
2820 Rungius Rd
Jackson, Wyoming

Embere has a PhD in Ecology, an MS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, and a BS in Wildlife Ecology & Management. She is fascinated by the incredibly diverse ways in which organisms deal with environmental challenges. In particular, she researches how well animals can adjust to human-caused environmental change. Her current work examines the ecological effects of climate change, and how wildlife may respond to new environments. Results of her work will contribute to enhanced management programs that can minimize biodiversity loss under rapid climate change. Embereis a Research Scientist for the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Prior to joining the Cooperative Unit, she served as the Research Director for the Teton Research Institute at Teton Science Schools.

Image: John James Audubon (American, b. Haiti, 1785 – 1851), "Two Bank Mice," 1846. Watercolor and Pencil on paper. 12 3/4 x 18 5/8 inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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