Urban Coyote Ecology and Management
October 10, 2012, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Venue: Ward Pavilion Wildwood Metropark
Location: Toledo
Address: 5403 Elmer Dr.

Event Website: http://lucas.osu.edu

Description: Dr. Stan Gehrt, School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University will be speaking on Urban Coyote Ecology and Management.

Stan Gehrt is an Associate Professor and Wildlife Extension Specialist at The Ohio State University, and Senior Scientist at the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation. Prior to his current position, he was Director of Research at the Foundation where he focused on urban wildlife research in the Chicago area. His research program has focused on various aspects of mammalian ecology, especially urban systems, and dynamics of wildlife disease. He is principal investigator of the largest urban coyote study conducted to date, in which he has tracked over 600 coyotes in the Chicago area for over a decade. Dr. Gehrt has published multiple scientific and popular articles on this work, and is the Senior Editor of the book: ‘Urban Carnivores’, published in 2010. He also is involved in new coyote projects underway in Cleveland and Nova Scotia.

More Info:

For more information email richter.71@osu.edu or call 419-578-6783

Presemted by the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists of the Ohio State University Extension, Lucas County. $10 donation.

Venue Information:
Ward Pavilion Wildwood Metropark
5403 Elmer Dr.
Toledo, Oh 43615

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