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John J. Moriarty

Senior Manager of Wildlife

Three Rivers Park District

HQ Phone:  (763) 559-9000

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Three Rivers Park District

3000 Xenium Lane North

Minneapolis, Minnesota,55441

United States

Company Description

Three Rivers Park District is an independent, special park district established by the State Legislature in 1957. As a special park district, Three Rivers Park District is charged with the responsibilities of acquisition, development and maintenance of large p... more.

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This week I met with Three Rivers Park District's Senior Manager of Wildlife, John Moriarty.
Moriarty also shared some specimens with me, including a coyote skull and pelt. As we walked through the park looking for potential coyote dens, Moriarty looked toward the lake and spotted some vegetation that had been pulled up through a hole in the ice. "Looks like a muskrat," he said. With our walk concluded, Moriarty and I said our goodbyes, and I turned my attention back to the muskrat. I glanced up the hill toward the main park building and, thankfully, Moriarty was nowhere to be seen.


www.crookstontimes.com

"John Loegering is a great example of a certified wildlife biologist and is very deserving of the Jim McDonough Award," says John Moriarty, senior manager of wildlife at Three Rivers Park District in Plymouth, Minn., and winner of the 2010 Jim McDonough Award.
While he has done a lot of upfront TWS leadership activities, John has also logged hundreds of hours in the background making good things happen for the wildlife resource and for people."


thefriends.org

Amphibians and Reptiles in Minnesota by John J. Moriarty and Carol D. Hall (University of Minnesota Press)
From toads to newts to salamanders, Moriarty and Hall have Minnesota's amphibian and reptile population well-documented. Moriarty is the senior wildlife manager for the Three Rivers Park District west of the Twin Cities.


www.theampersandclub.org [cached]

presented by John Moriarty
John Moriarty is senior wildlife manager at Three Rivers Park District and will be speaking to the club about past and present Minnesota natural history with an emphasis on reptile and amphibian books. John Moriarty recently co-authored "Amphibians and Reptiles in Minnesota".


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John Moriarty, senior manager of wildlife for Three Rivers Park District, walks a prairie in Crow-Hassan Park Reserve near Rogers on July 17. Located in
John Moriarty, senior manager of wildlife for Three Rivers Park District, walks a prairie in Crow-Hassan Park Reserve near Rogers on July 17.


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