November 23, 2021
Black Bears: A Wildlife Success Story...
but Now What?
Black Bear and Furbearer Biologist
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
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Watch recordings from the spring 2021 series here:
The Northern American Model of Wildlife Conservation:
Origins, Meaning, and Purpose
Former (retired) Chief of USGS Fisheries and Wildlife Cooperative Units
Co-architect of NAMWC
Living with Wolves in Wisconsin:
From Endangered Species to Hunted Game
Chair of the Advisory Council
Timber Wolf Alliance
Watch Recordings from our Fall 2020 Series Here:
Wisconsin Elk Reintroduction and Management
Enjoy this recording of the second seminar in the Fall 2020 Living with Wildlife Seminar Series! This seminar features
Shanell Budleski, LTE Wildlife Biologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Shanell discussed the history of elk reintroduction in Wisconsin, focusing primarily on the newest herd established in Jackson County, Wisconsin. She shared some of the successes, challenges, and issues surrounding elk reintroduction and management in the area. This seminar series is hosted by the Wisconsin Center for Wildlife (WCW) in the College of Natural Resources at UW-Stevens Point.
The Role of Mercury in the Health of Wildlife, Humans, and the Ecosystem
The last presentation of the Living with Wildlife Seminar Series featured information about wildlife heath. Marie Perkins, Ph.D. presents a discussion of how mercury in the environment impacts ecosystems at all levels. Dr. Perkins is the newest member of the UW-Stevens Point wildlife faculty. Her research focuses on investigating the impact of toxicants and pollutants on wildlife.