Where Exceptional Begins

Adam Zorn '02

Hometown: Marlboro, OH

Major: Environmental Biology

Interests: Everything outdoors, Cleveland sports, Ohio State sports, Mount Union sports

Adam is the Program Manager and Naturalist at the University of Mount Union’s Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center. He holds a BS in Environmental Biology from the University of Mount Union (’02) and has worked in the field of environmental education for over 10 years.


Posts from Adam Zorn:


Wildflowers Emerge at UMU Nature Center

Posted on April 14th, by Adam Zorn in Nature Center. Comments Off on Wildflowers Emerge at UMU Nature Center
Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

Despite the lengthy spell of winter weather through the end of March this year, the area’s spring wildflowers are beginning to rise from the soil and open their blossoms. Cultivated flowers such as …

Be a Citizen Scientist

Posted on September 24th, by Adam Zorn in Nature Center. Comments Off on Be a Citizen Scientist

Citizen science is scientific research conducted with contributions by amateur or nonprofessional scientists (aka the general public). Many large-scale data collection projects would not be possible without the voluntary contributions of citizen scientists. Some of the most well-known citizen science …

Feeding Wild Birds

Posted on March 14th, by Adam Zorn in Nature Center. Comments Off on Feeding Wild Birds

At the Nature Center, we maintain a suite of bird feeders all year round. Feeding songbirds in your backyard can be a year-round activity, but most people, including beginners, maintain bird feeders only during the colder months of the …