This symposium will address the effects each of these components have on sage-grouse populations with the best available science and provide recommendations for management. Researchers will discuss how sage-grouse life history and demographic rates respond to these threats. Managers will discuss how to implement conservation actions on private, corporate, and public lands. The goal of this symposium is to provide information regarding perceived and realized threats to greater sage-grouse populations within the great basin. The symposium will conclude with a moderated panel discussion, with the opportunity for the audience to present questions to the invited speakers.
This event is being held prior to the Western Section of the Wildlife Society 2017 Annual Meeting. It requires separate registration, $90 pre-registration rate/$65 pre-registration rate for students/early career professional/retirees
Questions? Contact organizer: Phillip Street, firstname.lastname@example.org