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Monday, February 6

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Symposia Session - S2: Midwestern Agroecology and the Conservation of Grassland Birds. Grassland Bird Conservation and Working Lands: Creating Movement Along Multiple Pathways Arbor I/II Symposia Session - S3: Ecology of the Missouri National Recreational River. Introduction to the Ecology of the Missouri National Recreational River Grand Ballroom A Symposia Session - S4: Sustaining America's Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources. Advancing a 21st Century Funding Model for Fish and Wildlife Conservation Grand Ballroom E Technical Session. Greater Prairie-Chicken (Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus) Boom Chorus Propagation Along a Nebraska Sandhills Wind Energy-Grassland Gradient Grand Ballroom B Technical Session. Influence of Trap Modifications and Environmental Predictors on Capture Success of Southern Flying Squirrels Hawthorne Technical Session. Stream Fragmentation and Infrastructure Condition in the Great Plains Grand Ballroom F Technical Session. Stream Science to Action: A Decision-Support Tool for Salmonid Thermal Habitat Management Amidst Climate Change Grand Ballroom D Technical Session. What Lies Beneath? Identifying the Most Efficient Method to Sample Fish and Amphibian Communities in Missouri Wetlands Grand Ballroom C Symposia Session - S1: Midwestern Reservoir Management and Assessment Strategies. A Career in Reservoir Fisheries Management and the Need for an Increasing Focus on Habitat Restoration Garrat Overview of Symposium (S1). Leveraging What Works: Midwestern Reservoir Management and Assessment Strategies Garrat Overview of Symposium (S2). Restoring Heritage and Expanding Horizon: Midwestern Agroecology and the Conservation of Grassland Birds Arbor I/II Overview of Symposium (S3). Ecology of the Missouri National Recreational River Grand Ballroom A Overview of Symposium S4. Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources Grand Ballroom E

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