Donna M. Bruns Stockrahm, Biosciences, attended the Joint Annual Meeting of the North Dakota and Minnesota chapter of The Wildlife Society in Fargo, Feb. 7-9. Biology research students Scott Kleindl, Chelsea Schmaltz, AmandaLeigh Peterson, and Kara Nygaard also attended the meeting and presented the following three posters. Other student co-authors on the posters were unable to attend the meeting.

Kleindl, Scott J., Sara L. Bergeron, Nicole D. Brokmeier, Jaclyn B. Fuller, Chelsea M. Schmaltz, AmandaLeigh K. Peterson, Ashley D. Remmick, DeAnna J. Rastedt, Kyle G. Kosak and Donna M. Bruns Stockrahm. 2012. Nest monitoring and control of urban Canada geese in Moorhead, Minn.

Kleindl, Scott J. Kara K. Nygaard, AmandaLeigh K. Peterson, Ashley D. Remmick, Jennifer D. Ringgold, Chelsea M. Schmaltz, DeAnna J. Rastedt, and Donna M. Bruns Stockrahm. 2012. 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 (2003-2011).

Schmaltz, Chelsea M., Kara K. Nygaard, Scott J. Kleindl, Sara L. Bergeron, Jennifer D. Ringgold, Justin A. Olson, Jessica E. Keesling, AmandaLeigh K. Peterson, Ashley D. Remmick, Kiana M. Ochsendorf, Kyle G. Kosak, DeAnna J. Rastedt, and Donna M. Bruns Stockrahm. 2012. Eleven years of painted turtle ecology in Clay county, Minnesota: where have the turtles gone?