Photo by John Hayes

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars - Fall 2006

All Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars are held Mondays at 4:00PM, in 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Cookies and coffee are always served.

Aug. 28

Nick Wiley, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
“Florida’s Upland Ecosystem Restoration Project.”

Sept. 4


Sept. 11

Michelle Mack, UF Department of Botany

Sept 18

Rick Lint, US Forest Service- Ocala National Forest
“Unmanaged Public Use.”

Sept. 25

Jaret Daniels, UF Department of Entomology and Nematology
“Conservation strategies for the Miami Blue.”

Oct. 2

Todd Palmer, UF Department of Zoology
“Break-down in a protective ant-plant mutualism following the loss of large herbivores in East Africa”

Oct. 9

Jaime Callazo, USGS Biological Services
“Ecology of Semipalmated Sandpipers in southeastern United States and Caribbean: advances, gaps and conservation.”

Oct. 16

Kay Kirkman, Joseph Jones Biological Research Station
“The longleaf pine ecosystem: building a framework for restoration.”

Oct. 23

Debbie Miller, DWEC Milton Campus
“Dune restoration in the Eye of the Storm(s).”

Oct. 30

Hardin Waddle, DWEC PhD Candidate
“The use of amphibians as ecosystem indicator species.”

Nov. 6

John Tirak, USGS Patuxent
“Ecoregional scale landbird conservation planning: seeing the forest and the trees.”

Nov. 13

Gregg Klowden, DWEC PhD Candidate
“Florida’s Geckos.”

Nov. 20

Al Kinlaw, DWEC PhD Candidate “Species Richness of Vertebrates & Burrow Dispersion of Armadillos and Gopher Tortoises at Avon Park AF Range, FL”

“Species Richness of Fauna in Gopher tortoise burrows in Scrub and Sandhill Vegetation in Florida”

Nov. 27

Dr. Joe Schaefer
“"Where Does Wildlife Fit in The Extension Dimension."”

Dec. 4

MS Symposium