Welcome Dr. Hood,
It’s nice to have people on this list who are so intimately involved with
mammals in their profession. Please feel free to share information about your
research and the museum when you get a chance.
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Behalf Of Wendy Hood
Sent: Wednesday, June 9, 2021 11:09 AM
Subject: [missmammal] Re: Welcome!
Hello mammal enthusiasts!
My name is Wendy Hood, I teach Mammalogy and am Curator of Mammals at our
natural history museum. I study questions related to reproduction and
lactation, aging, and life history and my subjects have included seals, sea
lions, bats, rodents, and a few other non-mammalian species.
I’m looking forward to hearing what you are are seeing over in Mississippi.
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Subject: [EXT] [missmammal] Welcome!
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I was not sure if there would be enough interest in a list like this, but 20
people have joined since I announced it yesterday. Please feel free to share
the list link with anyone you think might be interested.
A few people have posted introductions. If you missed the messages from the
first few hours, the archives of the list is available at
You may want to check your spam or junk folder if it looks like any messages
are not getting through. Mine has already filtered out a couple messages.