Charlie Davis

Unido: 07.jun.2016 Última actividad: 10.jun.2024 iNaturalist

I've spent 40 years in State and local government and in private consulting that emphasizes natural resources inventory, planning, and management. Past positions have included Chief Natural Resources Planner for the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission (State of Maryland) and Coastal Zone Planner for Baltimore County Office of Planning and Zoning, as well as, membership in numerous committees seeking to develop natural resources policy and management recommendations in the public sector. I've had a life-long interest in the study of natural history and pursued this through acquiring a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Science from the College of Agriculture and Forestry at West Virginia University in 1976 and a Master of Science in Biology degree from Towson University in 1984. I'm a consulting ecologist, specializing in natural resources surveys, particularly for rare species. I've taught courses in plant identification through the Odyssey Program of Johns Hopkins University and many other venues. I volunteer for the Natural History Society of Maryland, which is establishing a natural history collections conservation facility and ecological learning center in east Baltimore.

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