Hannah Mccurdy-Adams

Reptile and Amphibian Program Development Coordinator, Wildlife Preservation Canada

About Hannah Mccurdy-Adams

I am a conservation biologist that has been involved in conservation projects for at-risk reptiles and amphibians in Canada for almost a decade. I have an MSc in Biology from Laurention University, Ontario, Canada. I'm currently prioritizing and developing conservation projects for Canada's rarest reptiles and amphibians. I volunteer for citizen science projects, like iNaturalist and eBird. I enjoy herping (searching for wild reptiles and amphibians), swing dancing, and stitching in my spare time.

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Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

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Species Management Research Project/programme management Monitoring and evaluation

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