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Squirrels versus Rattlesnakes: the Evolution of Unique Antipredator Behavior

Squirrels versus Rattlesnakes: the Evolution of Unique Antipredator Behavior

Join the Natural History Museum for an evening lecture presented by Dr. Barbara Clucas, Squirrels versus Rattlesnakes: the Evolution of Unique Antipredator Behavior, Thursday, Mar. 30 at 7 p.m.

Barbara is an Associate Professor in the Department of Wildlife at Cal Poly Humboldt. She studied this fascinating predator-prey relationship in California ground squirrels and other species for her PhD work at the University of California, Davis.

Masks are encouraged. Donations are appreciated. This lecture will be recorded for later viewing. For more information visit natmus.humboldt.edu or call (707) 826-4479.

Natural History Museum of Cal Poly Humboldt
07:00 PM - 08:30 PM on Thu, 30 Mar 2023

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Natural History Museum of Cal Poly Humboldt
(707)826-4479
natmus@humboldt.edu
Natural History Museum of Cal Poly Humboldt
1242 G St.
Arcata, California 95521
natus@humboldt.edu