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Dr. Brady Barr at Wildlife Discovery Center: From humble beginings to dream career

By Cindy Steinle
Sun, October 17 2010 at 13:15

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Perhaps he could use his new found fame to buy a personality. I remember meeting him five years or so ago at a Hoosier Herpetology meeting and he was big jerk off.
#1 Alex on 2010-10-18 20:15 (Reply)
I don't know Alex but all I can say is Brady was one of the nicest, passionate and knowledgeable people I know when it comes to fighting for the good cause of conservation. Here's a guy who visited us only a month after a horrific accident to his hand during a recent NG taping...he was always smiling, took many questions, never missed an opportunity to share his many adventures and was just a good 'ol Midwestern guy. Maybe the Hoosier Herp Society needs to learn how to treat their guests better - just my .02.
#1.1 Rob_Carmichael on 2010-10-24 12:23 (Reply)

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