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Published on Aug 10, 2015
In 2015, the naturalist Susan Morse, Science and Program Director for Keeping Track, received a standing ovation for the Plenary Address she delivered to the Northeast Natural History Conference in Springfield, Mass. The annual event is organized by the Eagle Hill Institute for an audience spanning many natural history disciplines – mammology, entomology, botany, ecology and more.
Sue was selected to speak for her ability to engage all of the attendees. As the Institute’s director, Joerg-Henner Lotze, noted in inviting Sue to speak, “You are esteemed by your colleagues, have a body of work that truly inspires all naturalists, and you work tirelessly to take your message about conservation to the wider world.”