Tim Walsh inspecting a young Suwannee cooter during fieldwork in Florida. Photo by Timothy J Walsh
Tim Walsh inspecting a young Suwannee cooter during fieldwork in Florida.
Photo by Timothy J Walsh

“Nothing quite says summer like a stroll along the water’s edge and finding a turn of turtles basking on a log or witnessing the slow and deliberate pace of an eastern box turtle. Before these ancient creatures retire to the earth for their winter hibernation, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich asks for your help in mapping the turtle population in the Constitution State.

I recently interviewed Tim Walsh, turtle biologist and Manager of Natural History Collections and Citizen Science at the Bruce Museum, on the Connecticut Turtle Atlas.”

Read the full post at Discover.

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