Discussing Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) with Observations from the Field.
In October, Aaron Culotta, Environmental Educator and Visitor Services Coordinator at Black Rock Forest in Cornwall, NY joined us via Zoom to discuss information about Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease and its discovery in parts of our region, while taking part in an open discussion about your observations of potential cases.
Presented by the Orange County Land Trust, Black Rock Forest Consortium, and Quality Deer Management Association- Black Dirt Branch.
About the speaker:
Aaron Culotta is an Environmental Educator and Visitor Services Coordinator at Black Rock Forest in Cornwall, NY. Aaron assists in BRF’s deer management programs, helping to coordinate the annual deer survey and deer hunting program.
In his free time, he enjoys studying deer with the use of trail cameras, scat surveys, browse surveys and countless hours in the woods. He holds a BT in Wildlife Management from SUNY Cobleskill.