“Pups are the future of the wolf population. If we are able to know how many pups survive for the Cranberry Bay Pack and other packs across a few years, we can then start to understand average survival rates and what affects pup survival,” project member and Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology associate professor Joseph Bump said.
The next Kolshorn Lecture will be held in 2022. More information will be provided later in the semester. In the meantime, learn more about the lecture series and the man it's named for, Otto W. Kolshorn.
The Conservation Sciences Seminar Series is on for the spring semester!
Please join us Fridays at Noon beginning on January 28, 2022
This year's lecture by Dr. Drew Lanham, "Coloring the Conservation Conversation" will be held virtually on September 30 at 5 PM Central. This event was originally scheduled to occur in April.
Naomi Blinick, a Conservation Sciences student and graduate research fellow at the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, has been announced as the 2022 Minnesota finalist for the National Sea Grant John A. Knauss Policy Fellowship.
Dave Smith was awarded the 2021 Award for Global Engagement at the University of Minnesota!
Minnesota state officials are pleading with the public to stop discarding unwanted pet fish into ponds and lakes. They are non-native and keep growing.
Dr. Elena West discusses her research on red-headed woodpeckers at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.
This fall we will be honoring our fifth FWCB Distinguished Alumnus at our Kolshorn Lecture. Visits from these amazing professionals who began their careers here at Minnesota, has been enriching for students, faculty and staff. Even more than learning about their impressive accomplishments, getting to know the professional journeys of our distinguished alumni has been inspiring. Journeys that are marked by dedication and perseverance, as well as setbacks and surprises.