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Tag: Mammal [clear filter]
Monday, February 6
 

1:20pm

1:40pm

2:00pm

2:20pm

2:40pm

3:20pm

3:40pm

 
Tuesday, February 7
 

2:40pm

4:00pm

4:20pm

6:00pm

Poster Display. Application of Photo-identification Software Using Spot Patterns of African Civets (Civettictis Civetta) in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Bat Community Ecology of Myotis Septentrionalis in Northeastern Iowa Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Deer Recruitment in Wisconsin: New Estimation Methods Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Dispersal of Vertebrates Among Islands in a Riverine Ecosystem Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Effects of Distance from Water Control Structures on Furbearer Detection on Track Plates in Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Grantsburg, Wisconsin Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Environmental Variables Influencing Raccoon Exposure to Parvovirus in Wisconsin Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Impacts of Extreme Conditions on White-tailed Deer Antlers Using Harvested and Naturally Cast Antler Metrics Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Incorporating Detection Probability into Northern Great Plains Pronghorn Population Estimates Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Influence of Body Size and Sex on Ectoparasite Loads in Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys Volans) Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Influence of Habitat and Intrinsic Characteristics on Survival of Neonatal Pronghorn Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Roosting Habits of the Northern Long-eared Bat (Myotis Septentrionalis) in a Managed Forest Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Seasonal Home Ranges, Movements, and Habitat Selection of Female Elk in Northwestern Minnesota Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Summer Roost Selection of Four Myotis Species in the Pine Ridge Region of Western Nebraska Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Northeast Climate Science Center: Improving the Way Climate Science Informs Resource Management Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Role of Habitat Size and Quality on Presence and Abundance of Small Arvicoline Rodents in Northeast Iowa Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Understanding the Ecological Impacts of Timber Harvest Techniques on the Bat Community in a Midwestern Hardwood Forest: Occupancy Analyses Using Bio-acoustics Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Urban Bat Community Composition Along a Rural-Urban Gradient Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Using Citizen Science to Monitor Carnivores in Nebraska Lancaster Ballroom
 
Wednesday, February 8
 

8:00am

8:20am

8:40am

9:00am

9:20am

9:40am

10:20am

10:40am

11:00am