Date(s) - 10/01/2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Even though there is no fee with this course please register either by phone or mail.
Course Title: Moose Ecology
Dates: Oct. 1, 2020
Time: 10-11 AM
Location: Online via Zoom
Objectives: Moose are an uncommon but charismatic mammal of the Northwoods with amazing adaptations and behaviors that make them the largest and one of the most unique ungulate species. We will explore their fascinating characteristics and life history. Our discussion will also focus on the dynamic predator prey population study from Isle Royale National Park that has explored the relationship between moose, wolves and vegetation.
Course structure: The course will be given in _1__ session for__1_ hour.
Requirements: The only requirement is the ability to participate online via Zoom.
Instructor: Annie McDonnell is the Naturalist & Volunteer Coordinator at North Lakeland Discovery Center for the past 2 years. She earned degrees in Biology and Wildlife Ecology from Montana State University in Bozeman, after which she spent 5 years researching grassland songbirds, waterfowl, and owls throughout Montana, Idaho, and North Dakota. Annie has been involved in the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas and owl surveys for 4 years. Annie is an avid hiker, mountain biker, kayaker, skier, and birdwatcher.
Course fee: This course is free, but students must register.
Registrations are closed for this event.