Western hosting free 3-night series on local wildlife management at ICELab

Western hosting free 3-night series on local wildlife management at ICELab

Feb. 14, 2018
 

The Natural & Environmental Sciences and Environment & Sustainability departments at Western State Colorado University are partnering with local organizations to present a series of public talks on wildlife management in the Gunnison Basin.

This three-night series billed as “Wildlife 101: Management in the Gunnison Basin”–free and open to the public–is slated for three consecutive Thursday evenings: Feb. 15, Feb. 22 and March 1. Each talk will be held on Western’s campus at the ICELab off Escalante Drive from 6:30-8 p.m. The series is designed to explore the science behind wildlife management, including topics such as: the role hunting plays in conservation, population ecology, habitat management, and the challenges and opportunities in the Gunnison Basin.

Pre-registration is encouraged by contacting gunnisonwildlife@gmail.com. For more information about the event, contact Biology professor Pat Magee at pmagee@western.edu