The University of Wisconsin’s Kemp Natural Resources Station in Woodruff will hold a mini-symposium from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 15. Graduate students from UW-Madison’s Forest and Wildlife Ecology Department studying with Dr. Tim Van Deleen will give short presentations on a number of wildlife-related research topics, including deer, elk, wolves and whooping cranes.
Most of the research topics are grounded in Wisconsin or the Great Lakes region, but a few students work in distant regions, like Borneo. Participation and conversation with the students is welcome and appreciated. No registration is required.
The event will be held at the Connor Forestry Center at Kemp Station, 9161 Kemp Road, Woodruff. For additional information, contact Karla at 715-358-5667.