Photo by John Hayes

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminars - Spring 2007

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

Jan. 8

Meet with students taking class

Jan. 11

Chris Lepczyk
“Understanding and conserving wildlife across human-dominated landscapes”
10:30am, McCarty G001

Jan. 15


Jan 18th

Rob Fletcher
10:30am, McCarty G001

Jan. 22

Larry Arrington, Dean and Director of UF/IFAS Extension
Jim Selph, DeSoto County Extension Director
“Extension: who, what, why, and how”

Jan 22

Joe Veech
10:30am, McCarty G001

Jan. 29

Greg Kiker, Assistant Professor with Agricultural and Biological Engineering at UF
“Scenario modeling for socio-ecological systems”

Feb. 5

Catherine Graham
10:30am, McCarty G001

Feb. 12

Dale Gawlik, FAU
“Searchers and exploiters: foraging strategies of wading birds in a fluctuating landscape”

Feb. 19

Steven Kellert
“The Experience of Nature in Human Evolution and Development”

Feb. 26

Florence Sergile
“Conservation strategies: Lessons from the West Indies”

Mar. 5

Advait Edgonakar
“Ecology of leopards in Bori Wildlife Reserve and Satpura National Park, India”

Mar. 12

Spring Break

Mar. 19


Mar. 26

Dr. Mary Christman
“Too Many Zeroes? Statistical Methods for Analyzing Zero-Inflated Data Sets”

Apr. 2

Marty Main, UF
“Resolving competing hypotheses for sexual segregation in ungulates”

Apr. 9

Fred Johnson
“Sustainable harvesting of birds in Mexico for the pet trade”

Apr. 16

Dr. David Steadman, Curator of Ornithology, Florida Museum of Natural History
“Extinction, biogeography and conservation biology of tropical Pacific birds”

Apr. 23

Masterís Symposium