Program - Help the Hellbender
Purdue Extension - FNR Extension, Why Extension?
Nick started his undergraduate work at Purdue in 2002. He worked for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources for 1.5 years prior to starting graduate school in 2007. He studied Eastern Hellbender biology in graduate school and graduated with a M.S. in Wildlife Biology from Purdue in 2010. After graduate school he worked for an ecological consulting company primarily doing endangered bat surveys. In his current position as project coordinator and extension biologist Nick is sharing his research in wildlife conservation and what a positive impact it can have on our natural resources.
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