A free one hour webinar from the University of Georgia, the Southern Fire Exchange, and the University of Florida.
Presenter: Michael Chamberlain, Ph.D., Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia
Webinar Description: In this webinar Dr. Chamberlain will present the results of research projects throughout the southeastern United States focused on understanding how wild turkeys respond to prescribed fires. He will discuss the basic ecology of birds in fire-managed landscapes, such as reproductive ecology, and how turkey movements are affected by fire. Lastly, Dr. Chamberlain will discuss recent research exploring how the spatial scale of fires on public lands influence turkey movements and reproductive ecology. Following the presentation there will be time for audience Q/A.
Webinar Requirements: A reliable internet connection and speakers / headphones are required to participate. Webinar audio will be broadcast directly to your computer and may be available via a call-in number. See registration email for more details. Webinar participants do not need a microphone or video camera. See the Zoom Help page for more information about the Zoom webinar platform requirements (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us).
Webinar Recording: If you can't make the webinar, look for the recording to be posted on the Southern Fire Exchange YouTube Webinar Archive.
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