This Week's Fish and Wildlife Conference features Ohio State Research

Jan. 23, 2017
Ohio State research to be presented at upcoming wildlife conference. (Photo credit: Jim Richardson)

Several sessions at the upcoming 57th Ohio Fish and Wildlife Conference will feature research from School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty, staff and graduate students. Presenters and presentations from the school include:

Landscape and climate signals reflect changes in Ohio breeding bird distributions
Stephen Matthews

Pollinator communities on Marcellus-Utica natural gas pipeline rights-of-way in eastern Ohio
Claire Beck

Attitudes toward bobcat trapping in Ohio
Kristina Slagle

Poster presentations

Home range size, movements, and survival rates of sora and Virginia rails in a managed marsh complex in northwestern Ohio
James Hansen

Effects of habitat patch size on the abundance of red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus)
Andrew Wilk

A keynote address by Associate Professor and Certified Wildlife Biologist, Paul Curtis kicks off the day-long conference starting at 9:00 a.m. on Jan. 27, 2017 at Ohio State’s Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center.  Curtis coordinates the Wildlife Damage Management Program for Cornell Cooperative Extension.

The conference is sponsored by Ohio Fish and Wildlife Management Association, Ohio Chapter of the Wildlife Society and the ODNR Division of Wildlife.

View the full conference program here