FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 -or-
Many people may not be aware that Cleveland Metroparks has
specialists monitoring and managing the land and wildlife. Through
research and management, Cleveland Metroparks watches and cares for
the ever-changing landscape and biology of the parks'
Get behind-the-scenes information about some of the research and
monitoring projects overseen by the Natural Resources Division at a
free special presentation, "Evening with the
Researchers," at CanalWayCenter in Ohio & Erie Canal
October's "Evening with the Researchers - Frogs and
Fungus: Has the Global Amphibian Crisis Reached
Cleveland?" takes place on Wednesday, October 13 at
A pathogenic fungus is causing widespread amphibian mortality in
various parts of the world. A preliminary survey of this region
indicates local amphibians may not be affected dramatically. Come
hear the most recent findings and how Cleveland Metroparks is
monitoring this potential problem.
CanalWayCenter is located on Whittlesey Way, off the East
49th Street entrance of Ohio & Erie Canal
Reservation, between Grant Avenue and Canal Road in
For more information, call 216-206-1000.
Spend an "Evening with the Researchers" in
Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life,