Warny, Peter

Peter Warny is a former ecologist with the Nature Conservancy and National Audubon Society.  HIs presentations discuss issues affecting coastal pond ecology in both rural and urban landscapes, including pond origins, succession and productivity as well as exotic species, pollution, and other factors affecting wetland plants and animals. Additionally, he speaks on rare and declining species of frogs, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals, including ecological concepts such as food webs, predators, and diseases such as chytrid fungus, parasites, and malformed amphibians. Programs: Wetlands, Zoology and Fish Ecology