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Cedar Hill

Splendid Species with Caleb Hinojos (Speaker Series)

"Join us with Biologist and Texas Master Naturalist, Caleb Hinojos, as we explore the world of speciation and how scientists classify the many creatures of the world."

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Splendid Species with Caleb Hinojos (Speaker Series)
Splendid Species with Caleb Hinojos (Speaker Series)

Time & Location

Aug 05, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Cedar Hill, 1570 FM1382, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, USA

About the event

     "In biology one of the fundamental units of study are species. But what really is a species? How do we study them? Why do we care about them? Join Caleb Hinojos as he takes a dive into the splendid species that exist and gives some insights into the nuance which surrounds them.

Caleb Hinojos was born and raised in the DFW metroplex. His love of animals began at the age of 3 with reptiles. Influenced by the great Steve Irwin and Sir David Attenborough, he knew that he wanted to pursue this passion. After completing an enlistment in the Marine Corps, he returned to the area and began his collegiate education. He received his BS and MS from the University of Texas at Arlington with a focus on genetic and genomic evolution.

Through the years, Caleb has worked a variety of scientific jobs both in the field and in the lab which has given him a unique perspective regarding the natural world. These experiences led him to become a Master Naturalist with the intent of educating people about modern and classical biology and how these two disciplines intersect with conservationism.

When: Saturday, August 5th, 2023 from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Where: Recreation Hall (located along J Loop, take the first right on South Spine Road)

Bring:  Water and a snack if you need one and dress for the weather!

Programs are subject to location changes, postponement, or cancellation due to weather. Check our Instagram or Facebook stories for the most up-to-date information on program details.

Cost: Free with $7 per person park entry fee or presentation of a TPWD Annual Park Pass. Children 12 and under are free to enter the park."

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