After this I have only one contribution left, so now’s your chance.
Today’s reader is Scott Moody, animal lover. Here’s his intro and a few photos:
Emeritus Professor, 40 years at Ohio University, teaching human anatomy at the medical school, and herpetology, mammalogy, forensic biology, intro bio (ecology, behavior and evolution), and history of biology. Working on my 20 acre farm and woodlands, restoring native vegetation, improving the soil, removing invasive species, and working with my Belgian Draft Horses (photo with Mollie). During the May-October season I am a wildlife zoologist monitoring for the endangered species Timber Rattlesnake along construction of highways, natural gas lines and electric transmission lines in southern Ohio. I rescue other wildlife as well: photos are of me with a 7 foot long Midland Black Ratsnake and the first Sandhill Crane documented for Athens County; She was missing a foot (all healed) but apparently ran out of gas flying from Florida to Michigan.