UW Extension hosts wildlife, rangeland research sessions at Pinedale BLM
Scientists will give wildlife and rangeland research information at free sessions in Pinedale 1-4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10.
Presentations are open to the public. The University of Wyoming Extension is hosting the program at the BLM Rendezvous Room in the Pinedale Field Office, 1625 W. Pine, said extension educator Glenn Owings.
Invited topics and speakers include:
* “Wildlife and Rangelands, Intersecting Disciplines,” Owings.
* Update on Boreal Toad Research,” Gabe Barrile, Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit.
* “Wildlife: Livestock Dietary and Spatial Overlap Research,” Derek Scasta, range specialist, UW Extension.
* “Endangered Species Act, Current and Potential Listing Considerations,” Gary Beauvais, director, Wyoming Natural Diversity Database.
* “Greater Sage-Grouse Geophagy in the Upper Green River Basin,” Josh Hemenway, Dale Woolwine, BLM.
No RSVP is necessary, said Owings. Call or email Owings at 307-367-4380 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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