Date: 11/12/20 3:16 pm
From: Marty Schlabach <mls5...>
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] FW: Fire x Fauna webinars (November 16-20, 2020 @ 2-3pm EST): Wildfire & prescribed fire effects on wildlife
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From: US Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station <nehalem.clark...><mailto:<nehalem.clark...>>
Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2020 8:53 AM
Subject: Fire x Fauna webinars: Wildfire & prescribed fire effects on wildlife

Important note: New Zoom Passcode!
Please join us for a special upcoming webinar series presented by the
Forest Service Research and Development

FIRE x FAUNA
Wildfire and prescribed fire effects on wildlife

November 16-20, 2020 @ 2-3pm EST





Updated Zoom Passcode:
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Meeting ID: 161 0453 0612 Password: USFS1905!

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Please join us for a special upcoming webinar series presented by the
Forest Service Research and Development

FIRE x FAUNA
Wildfire and prescribed fire effects on wildlife

November 16-20, 2020 @ 2-3pm EST

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November 16 - Bats x fire across the US
Prescribed fire effects on bats and bat habitat in the eastern U.S.,
Roger Perry, Research Wildlife Biologist

What we know and don’t know about bats’ responses to wildfire and
prescribed fire in North American forests,
Susan Loeb, Research Ecologist

Bats and wildfire in the western U.S.: Why we need to know more,
Angela White, Research Wildlife Biologist and Ted Weller, Research Ecologist




November 17 - Birds, biodiversity x fire in eastern forests
Breeding bird response to fire and other disturbances in
eastern hardwood forests,
Cathryn Greenberg, Research Ecologist

Pine woodland restoration and prescribed fire effects on songbirds and
nightjars in the Ozark highlands,
Frank Thompson, Research Wildlife Biologist

Wildlife need fire (or fire surrogates) in the eastern United States,
Brice Hanberry, Research Ecologist and Frank Thompson, Research
Wildlife Biologist


November 18 - Spotted owls x fire
Quantification of wildfire severity in forests for northern spotted owls
Damon Lesmeister, Research Wildlife Biologist

California spotted owl responses to fire and lessons for
fire management,
Gavin Jones, Research Ecologist

Mexican spotted owls and wildfire,
Joseph Ganey, Research Wildlife Biologist; Michael Lommler, Paul Beier, and
Jamie Sanderlin, Vertebrate Ecologist


November 19 - Mammals, birds x fire in western forests
Exploring pyrodiversity and biodiversity: effects of fire on bird and
small mammal communities of the Southwest,
Jamie Sanderlin, Research Vertebrate Ecologist

Effects of fire on small mammal communities of the Pacific Northwest,
Todd Wilson, Wildlife Biologist

Threats to California fishers: Reconciling optimal and resilient habitat,
Craig Thompson, Research Ecologist


November 20 - Where there's smoke there's fire
Cannabis cultivation and wildfires: Where there’s smoke,
there’s smoke,
Adam Cummings, Ecologist

Wildfires ignitions, costs to wildlife, and workplace safety issues
from illegal cannabis cultivation,
Mourad Gabriel, Research Wildlife Biologist

Wildland fire smoke cools rivers-Benefits for tribes and fish,
Frank Lake, Research Ecologist

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UPDATED CONNECTION INFORMATION
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Meeting ID: 161 0453 0612 Password: USFS1905!

Due to ZoomGov captioning limitation, a captioning web link will be posted at the beginning of each webinar

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ADDITIONAL DETAILS

· These land-manager focused webinars will highlight the latest science on fire and wildlife

· Open to all - Internal and external participants welcome

· Three short thematic presentations each day followed by Q&A and discussion

· Provides continuing education credits for Certified Wildlife Biologist®Renewal/Professional Development Certificate Program



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