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Wildlife Speaker Series: Wyoming's Big Game Migrations: Ecology and Conservation Amid Changing Landscapes

Wildlife Speaker Series: Wyoming's Big Game Migrations: Ecology and Conservation Amid Changing Landscapes
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Please join us for a series of presentations on the wildlife species of the greater Yellowstone area during February and March in Idaho Falls, ID.
When
Feb 18, 2016 from 07:00 PM (Canada/Mountain / UTC-700)
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Artitorium on Broadway, 271 W Broadway, Idaho Falls ID
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208 221 5142
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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game and The Nature Conservancy are hosting a series of presentations on iconic wildlife species of the greater Yellowstone area. Special thanks to sponsors for the series –Heart of the Rockies Initiative, the Mule Deer Foundation, Trout Unlimited, and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.

This is your chance to interact with leading regional fish and wildlife experts as they describe the ecology of iconic Yellowstone area species and present results of ongoing research, management and conservation efforts. Presentations will be on Thursday evenings during February and March at the Artitorium on Broadway just west of Yellowstone. Doors open at 6 with presentations starting at 7 pm. No-host refreshments will be available prior to the presentation.

February 18th  Matthew Kauffman - “Wyoming’s Big Game Migrations: Ecology and Conservation Amid Changing Landscapes” 
Matthew Kauffman is the Director and Cofounder of the Wyoming Migration Initiative and is director of the USGS Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. His research combines work on animal physiology, behavior and demography to better understand population- and landscape-level processes, including a strong focus on ungulate migration, including the influence of habitat condition, predation, human disturbance and energy development.

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