thu05may7:00 pm8:30 pmLois Webster Fund Annual Research Project Results Program: Part 1Please join us on two Zoom calls to learn about the four 2021 research projects.7:00 pm - 8:30 pm OnlineEvent Type :Special EventAdmission:Free Event
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Lois Webster Fund was established in 1995 to support Colorado non-game wildlife research, education and conservation projects that lead to the protection of various species. Thanks to our
The Lois Webster Fund was established in 1995 to support Colorado non-game wildlife research, education and conservation projects that lead to the protection of various species. Thanks to our generous donors the Lois Webster Fund has awarded $132,000 to 60 projects.
We will hear about these two research projects at this session:
Colorado Native Topminnow and Non-native Mosquitofish Competition. Sam Lewis, a graduate research assistant for Dr. Yoichiro Kanno of Colorado State University will be sharing the results of condition-specific experiments on the coexistence of the native topminnow and the invasive non-native mosquitofish. Dr. Yoichiro Kanno has been leading this study for several years. This is the second year that the Lois Webster Fund has supported this project.
Documenting Avian Response to Wildfire. Hear the results of Dr. Jacob Job’s investigation in the avian response to the areas in Rocky Mountain National Park impacted by the East Troublesome Fire by using pre and post fire audio recordings (bioacoustics). Dr. Job is a professor at Colorado State University.
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