All events will be held at the Connor Forestry Center.

Wildlife Mini-Symposium (No registration required.)
Saturday, February 17, 9 am    (TIME CHANGE FROM 8 AM)
UW-Madison graduate and post-doc students will present 15 minute talks:

  • Does Managing Your Forest Matter? Let’s ask a deer. – Ph.D. Candidate Haley Frater
  • Post-translocation Habitat Selection, Movement, and Survival of Urban Red Foxes in Wisconsin  – Ph.D. Candidate Morgan Morales
  • Drivers of genetic population structure in an archipelagic red-backed vole (M. gapperi) population in Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands – Ph.D. student Bijit Khadka
  • Assessing the role of landscape composition and management on suburban deer density and browsing – Ph.D. candidate Jamie Goethlich
  • Changing the tolerance of the intolerant: Does large carnivore policy matter? – Ph.D. candidate Jamie Goethlich
  • Wolves on the Landscape; Methods to Determine the Effects of Selective Predation on CWD Transmission – Ph.D. student Micheal Menon
  • Brief research updates on rattlesnakes, wolf population trend, cattle depredations in Botswana, whooping crane behavior, elk survival, and hunter behavior – Tim Van Deelen


Science on Tap – Minocqua


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