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Jordan Gray-Turtles
Jordan Gray is the Communications and Outreach Coordinator with the Turtle Survival Alliance and field scientist for their North American Freshwater Turtle Research Group. Coming from a military family, Jordan has lived across the United States and internationally. Now based in Charleston, South Carolina, he has spent roughly equal amounts of time cultivating his love of the natural world as a wildlife biologist and naturalist in the woods of New York, Virginia, Georgia, and Texas. It was in these areas where a profound interest and knowledge base for the herpetological world developed. Following his passion, Jordan graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia, where he would later serve as an instructor. With a focus on turtles and tortoises, his body of work includes field and laboratory research, in situ and ex situ conservation action plans, captive husbandry, and public outreach. Professionally and as a volunteer, Jordan has worked for, and in collaboration with, various non-profit environmental groups, state agencies, universities, zoological institutions, chelonian conservation groups, and as an ecotour guide. It’s his life’s mission to promote conservation awareness for the turtles and tortoises of the world.

Feb 7, 2020 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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