SYMPOSIA

In the virtual environment, symposia will be available on-demand on their scheduled date, then again at the conclusion of the conference. There will be discussion boards and live video chat links unique to each individual presentation. These will help facilitate interaction and engagement between presenters and other attendees. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of these features!

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MONDAY, SEPT. 28 Sessions

Anthropogenic Subsidies and Wildlife: The Good, the Bad, and the Unintended Consequences of Food and Shelter Subsidies for Wildlife

Long-Term Data Sets for Biodiversity Monitoring, Research, and Management

Mentorship Across Lived Experiences

Wild Pigs in Wildlife Habitat and Rangelands

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 29 Sessions

Creating and Designing Wildlife Friendly Cities

Eastern Elk Ecology and Management

Leadership Does Not Require Titles, Just Like This Symposium

Navigating the Apocalypse: Bold and Interdisciplinary Thinking for 21st Century Conservation Crises

Navigating the Path to Professional Success

Wildlife Health in a Changing Climate: Novel Stressors and Innovative Solutions

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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30 Sessions

Fertility Control to Mitigate Human-Wildlife Conflicts

Linking Wildlife Nutrition with Population Productivity

Meta-What? Statistical Analysis in the Era of Big Data

Noninvasive Genetic Sampling in Wildlife Management: The Past, Present, and Future

Wildfire and Prescribed Fire Effects on Wildlife in US Forests

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THURSDAY, OCT. 1 Sessions

Conservation Through Partnership: Collaboration, Cooperation and Trust for Managing At-Risk Species on Private Timberlands in the Southeastern U.S.

Drones and Wildlife Management: Are We Tapping Into Their Full Potential in An Ethical Way?

The National Fish, Wildlife, and Plants Climate Adaptation Network? Advancing Understanding of Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation

Relevance of Sustainable Use of Wildlife in a Changing Society

The Rusty Blackbird- Recent Research to Fuel Conservation Strategies

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