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Presentation Recordings from Working Lands for Wildlife Symposium: Joint Wildlife and American Fisheries Society Conference

The following links are recordings of the presentations made by Working Lands for Wildlife researchers at The Wildlife Society’s 26th Annual Conference. This conference was in Reno, Nevada in October 2019. These videos are courtesy of The Wildlife Society and the USDA-NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife and Conservation Effect Assessment Project.

Cut a tree, grow a grouse: Implications of juniper removal for sage-grouse population growth

Conifers in context: A community-based evaluation of conifer removal for sagebrush and woodland obligates

Sage-grouse: Microhabitat specialist or sagebrush generalist

Ground-dwelling arthropod community response to livestock grazing: Implications for avian conservation

Revolutionizing rangeland monitoring

Motivating large-scale resilience management on working lands: Outcomes for wildlife, water, and wildfire

 

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Start:
September 29, 2019
End:
October 3, 2019

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