Wisconsin Ecology 18th Annual Spring Symposium

Greg Asner

We are pleased to host Dr. J. Drew Lanham, Clemson University Master Teacher and Alumni Distinguished Professor in wildlife ecology, as keynote speaker at the Wisconsin Ecology Spring Symposium on March 11 & 12, 2015. His research interests are in songbird ecology and conservation, integration of game and nongame wildlife management, and the African American land ethic and its role in natural resources conservation. He is a board member of the Aldo Leopold Foundation.

Lanham does a lot of public speaking and writing about nature and wildlife; his work has been featured repeatedly in Orion - see his widely shared piece (9 Rules for the Black Birdwatcher). He has been interviewed repeatedly on the radio, including National Public Radio. Check out his blog "Wild and in Color" and listen to his call-in birding radio show on Clemson's Your Day radio station.

*Wisconsin Ecology Symposia are free and open to the public*

Spring 2015 Symposium

Location: TBD

Wednesday, March 11

Thursday, March 12

See previous Symposia