Dr. Zachary Loughman is speaking on a new wildlife species of the Appalachian Mountains on Sunday April 29 at the Schrader Environmental Education Center at Oglebay.
Dr. Loughman is currently an assistant professor of biology at West Liberty University.
He has extensively researched crayfish natural history, taxonomy, and conservation biology, with an emphasis on crayfishes that occur in West Virginia.
This is one of the parts of the Schrader Center’s Living Green Lecture Series, and each talk brings local experts to discuss varieties of environmental topics and share knowledge of sustainable and environmentally friendly practices that can be applied at home.
The discussion is free and open to the pubic.