Leading Outdoor Adventures
I believe that the best way to connect with nature is to get outside! Through the North Carolina Zoo, I lead nature hikes, canoe trips, and other outdoor adventure programs. Information on current programs and registration is available here.
Building Hiking Trails
With the North Carolina Zoo's Trail Team, I build and maintain sustainable hiking trails that protect sensitive areas while providing opportunities for hikers to explore the Zoo's natural areas. There are currently 5 miles of trails right next to the Zoo on Purgatory Mountain and 2 miles on Ridges Mountain Preserve. More information on trails is available here.
Roznik, B. 2022. Take a Hike: Celebrate National Trails Day on June 4. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, B. 2021. Keeping Windows Safe for Birds. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, B. 2021. Camera Trapping for Conservation. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, B. 2021. Nichols Longleaf Pine Preserve: Protecting the Giants of the Piedmont. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, B. 2021. Discover Ridge’s Mountain Nature Preserve – A Hidden Gem. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, B. 2020. Spend Some Time in Purgatory: Exploring the Zoo’s Purgatory Mountain. North Carolina Zoo Blog.
Roznik, E.A. 2020. Is invasion success explained by enemy release? The Applied Ecologist.
Roznik, E.A. 2018. Saving the Dusky Gopher Frog. ExZooberance 28:10-11.
Stevenson, L.A., E.A. Roznik, R.A. Alford, D.A. Pike. 2015. Frog body temperature influences how the chytrid pathogen grows and reproduces. FrogLog 113:25-26.
Roznik, E.A., S.A. Johnson. 2009. Gopher Frogs, Burrows and Fire: Interactions in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. Florida Cooperative Extension Service Publication WEC 250, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.