New Audubon Educator at Seneca Meadows Education Center

Seneca Meadows, Inc. today announced that Mary Jo Doyle has accepted the position of Audubon Environmental Educator for the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve & Education Center. Mary Jo is a native of Syracuse, but is no stranger to the Seneca Falls area, as she taught science at both the Seneca Falls and Waterloo school districts for thirty years, retiring from Mynderse in 2016. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in forest biology from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry and a Master’s of Science degree in Secondary Science Education at Syracuse University.

Mary Jo also worked as an informal educator at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Beaver Lake Nature Center and Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge. When she is not working, she enjoys gardening, hiking and traveling with her husband, Chuck.

Seneca Meadows and Audubon New York have partnered for environmental education since 2007.

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