UW Arboretum Winter Enrichment Virtual Lecture, 10 a.m., 3rd of March
Understand the movements and dynamics of migratory bird populations. Amber Roth, Assistant Professor of Forest Wildlife Management, University of Maine. Understanding how birds move in the region depends on a network of observers, researchers and policymakers to ensure that appropriate conservation measures are taken to mitigate threats and improve migratory habitat. The Midwest Migration Network facilitates migration monitoring and research, improves connectivity between key stakeholders, and answers large-scale questions about bird populations and migration. Register before February 27.
press release: The 2022 conferences will be virtual Thursday mornings, from February 3 to April 7, from 10 am to 11:30 am The conferences cost $ 10 each and prior registration is required. Talks will begin promptly at 10 a.m. (CST). Classes will be recorded. A link to view the recording will be available only to registered participants. Recordings will be available for one week.
Registration for 2022 conferences »Students can register for free using the student registration form.
The Research Symposium will take place on February 17th. As always, this is a free event. Registration is required for the 2022 Virtual Symposium.