Thursday, January 24th Judy Wink: The Secret Lives of Green Herons
This presentation will be delivered in the dynamic “storytelling” format that only CBEC’s Executive Director, Judy Wink, can master! You will enjoy learning the many interesting facts about the natural history of Green Herons which are a common–but elusive–species in the Bay area.
While earning undergraduate and master’s degrees in education, wildlife biology, environmental studies, and wildlife management administration, Judy Wink kept an eye out for ways she could make a difference in society and the environment. Becoming professionally involved in the education and conservation fields, pushing green products and green systems for sustainability, and nurturing her lifelong passion of ornithology kept her focused and on course.
Spanning five decades, Wink’s work brought her to a number of Pennsylvania locales where she held positions at conservation and environmental education centers including the PA State Game Commission. She also taught in the Pennsylvania public school system and at Cedar Crest College in Allentown.
This lecture is sponsored by: