Scientist to share wildlife experiences with public

Lynch, Mike
October 2010
Adirondack Daily Enterprise;10/2/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 233, pB3
The article reports that scientist Susan Morse shares her experience as expert in carnivore tracking and natural history in the U.S.


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