This past Friday, May 20th was Endangered Species Day. As mentioned in the previous post, Endangered Species Day is a national program aimed at raising awareness of the many plant, animal and communities that are imperiled and need our attention.
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This year, we hosted our 2nd annual Endangered Species Day event at the Garden. Here are some photographs from the 'headliner' — Whit Gibbons, professor (emeritus) @ UGA in the fields of ecology and herpetology and senior researcher (emeritus) @ the Savannah River Ecology Lab (SREL).