Be a citizen scientist and join Missouri River Bird Observatory’s Zeb Yoko for a bird and iNaturalist walk at MPF’s Runge Prairie in Adair County. Runge is situated on rolling dissected hills and is a mix of original prairie and a diverse prairie reconstruction that provides habitat for prairie invertebrates, birds, and other grassland wildlife. If you want to learn more about eBird and iNaturalist, bring a smartphone and learn how to use technology to ID the plants and animals in the prairie.
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Zeb Yoko is the Conservation Science Communicator for the Missouri River Bird Observatory. He grew up in Iowa then moved to Missouri to earn a B.S. in Biology from Truman State University. Zeb was previously a Grassland and Wetland bird Surveyor with MRBO in 2014 & 2015. He sought other opportunities to broaden his experience profile after two seasons and went on to earn a M.S. in Environmental and Conservation Science from North Dakota State University. Zeb then returned to MRBO in a new role in 2020: Conservation Science Communicator.
Photo: Frank Oberle