UAM Students Attend Wildlife Society Meeting In Jonesboro

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Pictured from left are (first row) Robert Floyd of Ulm, Josh Apel of England, Shelby Lackey of Pine Bluff, Phillip Duncan of White Hall, Brayden Fisher of Redfield, Jordan Camp of Warren, (second row) Ryan Askren of Muscatine, Iowa, Douglas Osborne, Phillip Jackson of Hamburg, and Don White. (Photo Courtesy of Media Services)

Pictured from left are (first row) Robert Floyd of Ulm, Josh Apel of England, Shelby Lackey of Pine Bluff, Phillip Duncan of White Hall, Brayden Fisher of Redfield, Jordan Camp of Warren, (second row) Ryan Askren of Muscatine, Iowa, Douglas Osborne, Phillip Jackson of Hamburg, and Don White. (Photo Courtesy of Media Services)

MONTICELLO-The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s student chapter of The Wildlife Society (TWS) had nine members (six undergraduate and three graduate students) attend a recent meeting of the Arkansas chapter of TWS at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. The students were accompanied by Don White, Jr., professor of wildlife management, and Douglas Osborne, assistant professor of wildlife management. Graduate student Kathy Brautigam of Maplewood, Ohio presented a talk entitled “Effects of supplemental feeders on artificial ground nest survival in southeast Arkansas.” White presented research on “Black bear dispersal in expanding populations.”

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