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Lois Webster Fund Annual Research Project Results Program: Part 2
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:
Trophic Interactions on Mountain Plover Broods. Casey Weissburg, an MS candidate at Colorado State University -Pueblo, will be sharing her results from this past summer's study of the Mountain Plover. The Mountain Plover population has been declining over several decades. By studying brood habitat selection and survival we may learn important information for better management of this species of concern.
Response of Bats and Associated Nocturnal Food Webs to Bark Beetle. Amanda Bevan, a PhD candidate at University of Northern Colorado will share her work to quantify the effects of changes in vegetative structure on bat diversity and to quantify the effects of bat predation on insect population.
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