Managing Pest Birds

The Role of Birds on the Farm Course: Lesson 5 – Managing Pest Birds Upon successfully completing this lesson, participants will be able to: Explain the crop feeding/damage risk of […]

Climate Adaptation for Forest-Dependent Wildlife Webinar Series

This 12-part series tells a story about climate change and its impacts on forest ecosystems and forest dependent wildlife species. We will examine forest ecosystems and their composition and structure […]

The Wisconsin Conservation Congress: Facilitating Public Participation

In this 8th Annual CNR Spring Seminar Series, we are featuring seven speakers, each representing a different level of policy-setting in Wisconsin. This seminar series highlights the roles of the […]

Wisconsin Chapter of the Wildlife Society Winter Meeting

The Upper Mississippi River: Partners, Restoration, and Research The Mississippi River is both a nationally significant ecosystem and navigation system. Learn how a multi-agency partnership is planning and implementing successful […]

Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge: 10 years strong and beyond

Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge (Walworth County, WI and McHenry County, IL) was first established by the USFWS in 2012. The Refuge boundary employs a “Cores and Corridors” concept for wildlife […]

Wildlife Management Adaptation Planning and Practices Course

2/28/2022 – 4/20/2022 The Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin, and […]

The History and Effectiveness of Injurious Wildlife Listing under the “Lacey Act”

As part of the original Federal law known as the “Lacey Act” passed in 1900, injurious wildlife has been amended several times, but the purpose has always been to protect […]

Virtual Crane Viewing

Each fall, upwards of 10,000 sandhill cranes congregate along the Wisconsin River just behind Leopold’s Shack—and this year is no different. The cranes are arriving by the thousands at their […]

Wildlife Management on The Farm

From deer in crops to bio-security, wildlife can have a major effect on agriculture. We review a variety of approaches to solving ag-related wildlife problems and improving habitat for healthy […]

Attracting and Managing Wildlife in the Garden

The Green Thumb Gardening series will give you the practical knowledge to keep your home garden thriving! University of Wisconsin–Madison Extension educators and local horticulture experts will provide in-depth and […]