Naturalist Carol Mundy will be our speaker for the June 20th meeting at Winton Centre. Join us for this interesting presentation about the adaptation to urban life by predators such as bobcat, fox, coyote and bear around the state of Ohio. Get up to date information about some of the growing populations and how Ohio’s wildlife specialists are tracking them.
Carol Mundy – Naturalist, Speaker and Writer in Cincinnati, Ohio. A nature enthusiast her whole life, she claims most of her natural history knowledge is through “osmosis.” She recently retired from Hamilton County Park District in Cincinnati where she was Head Naturalist at Glenwood Gardens. Additionally, she’s taught for the University of Cincinnati and informally for many groups from Master Gardeners to National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association. For nearly 20 years she’s been involved in radio programs such as the Denny McKeown Gardening Program in Cincinnati and Mark Webber’s GardenTalk in Dayton, Ohio. Through these programs she’s helped people with urban wildlife issues. Today she hosts a weekly radio program for WMKV in Cincinnati featuring unusual aspects of nature, science and culture. Her business is called The Crow Knows, visit the website thecrowknows.com She’s consulted on projects featuring native plants for pring Grove Cemetery, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati, Denny McKeown Landscaping, Mark Webber Landscaping, The Ohio Governors’ Residence Heritage Garden & Lloyd Medicinal Garden and has been awarded the Citation for Horticulture Education from the Garden Club of Ohio.