Monday, January 25, 2021

Jason Beale Named To Wildlife For Everyone Foundation Board

On January 25,
Wildlife for Everyone Foundation announced the appointment of Jason Beale to the position of Board member. Beale’s three-year term will run through the end of 2023. 

Beale currently serves as Education Program Specialist/Instructor at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center in Petersburg, Huntingdon County. 

Beale led the redesign of the Klingsberg Aviary and Litzinger Herpetarium during Penn State’s recent expansion of the center.  

Prior to his employment at Penn State, Beale gleaned administrative and operational experience as manager of Abbott’s Mill Nature Center and Milford Millponds Preserve in Milford, Delaware.  

His responsibilities focused on the creation of educational programs and volunteer development, grant writing, and attention to conservation efforts that led to the creation of a new state nature preserve. 

Prior to that, Beale specialized in Regenerative Agriculture in his role as Farm Naturalist at Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm in Dayton, Ohio. 

Beale is a graduate of Penn State University and is a board member and education committee chair with International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators and serves on the Pennsylvania Wildlife Corridor Team with Endangered Species Coalition. 

“Jason is a lifelong naturalist and conservationist with in-depth knowledge of the operations of nature centers and has demonstrated success as a strategist and community builder. Wildlife for Everyone is thrilled to have Jason as a Board member and looks forward to capitalizing on his strengths to advance the organization and realize the wetlands’ full potential,” says Janet Nyce, president, WFEF Board.

PA Wildlife Gala

The 3rd Annual Pennsylvania Wildlife Gala will be held on April 23 at the Wyndham Garden State College in Boalsburg.  

Scott Weidensal, owl expert and acclaimed writer on natural history will be the guest speaker.

Click Here for tickets and more information.

For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the Wildlife for Everyone Foundation website.  Follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

The Foundation promotes wildlife conservation and education in Pennsylvania and supports projects for  wildlife and wetland habitat improvement, creek and lake restoration and to increase student educational opportunities.

Related Article:

-- Wildlife For Everyone Foundation: PA Wildlife Gala April 23, Owl Expert, Acclaimed Writer Scott Weidensaul Is Guest Speaker

[Posted: January 25, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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