Symposia will be available on-demand for the duration of the conference, with each session having a live Q&A with presenters at a prescheduled date and time.

Additionally, viewers may interact with content and presenters by leaving comments on discussion boards or by messaging presenters directly through a new in-platform chat feature. We encourage everyone to take advantage of these features for the most engaging experience possible!

*Click on the titles below for session details, including the date and time of that session’s live Q&A. Schedule subject to change.

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ON-DEMAND Sessions

Adaptation Through Collaboration: Integrating Genetics to Inform Wildlife Decisions

Difficult Disease Decisions: The Role of Value-Focused Thinking and Decision Analysis in Wildlife Disease Management

Drone Applications for Wildlife Research, Management, and Conservation

Ecological Networks for Conservation

Ecology and Conservation of Eastern Black Rail: Road to Recovery Through Management

Emerging Research to Support Management of Free-Roaming Feral Equids

Integrating Decision Analysis and Quantitative Ecology to Support Wildlife Management

Forest Service, Climate Change and Adaptation

Forest Service, Climate Change and Aquatics

Forest Service, Climate Change and Vulnerability

Forest Service, Climate Change Scorecard, Climate Hubs and National Overview

Keeping Rangelands Profitable

Mechanistic Approaches to Modeling Wildlife Response to Climate Change

Natural Resources Management and Conservation on Military Lands

Navigating a Successful Career Path as a Wildlife Professional

RADical Responses to Ecological Change in a Transforming World

Special Posters Session: GIS in Wildlife Ecology

Transforming to Interdisciplinary Wildlife Coexistence Management

Understanding the Biological, Social, and Economic Aspects of Lead Ammunition on Wildlife Populations and Wildlife Management

Wildfire and Prescribed Fire Effects on Biodiversity in US Forests: 2021

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