Donna M. Bruns Stockrahm, Biosciences Department, and eight of her research students attended the annual meeting of the Minnesota Chapter of The Wildlife Society at Walker, Minn., Feb. 5-7. The students attending and presenting the following posters were: Kara K. Nygaard, Angela M. Kooren, Amie R. Nowacki, Kris M. Wittman, Ashlyn A. Kuklock, Jaclyn J. Kuklock , Chelsea M. Schmaltz, and Jaime L. Kallstrom.
- Population Control of Urban Canada Geese in Moorhead, Minnesota
- Do Painted Turtles Utilize “Nursery” Sloughs?
- The Efficacy of PIT Tag Use in Painted Turtles
- Urban Turkeys: Survey of Wild Turkey Distribution and Numbers, Human-Turkey Interactions, and Public Opinion in the Red River Valley in Cass (North Dakota) and Clay (Minnesota) Counties (2003-2012)
Additional MSUM student (or former student) co-authors on the posters were Scott J. Kleindl, AmandaLeigh K. Peterson, Olivia K. Hansen, Calvin E. Flander, Emily A. Jorgenson, Ryan D. Schmit, and Jordana K. Anderson.