For four years, a team of UWM Field Station and Milwaukee County Parks researchers hunted this urban area, documenting the biodiversity in the city. Gary Casper and Julia Robson will share the story of what they found, and how they found it. Learn about new perspectives on urban fish and wildlife, their local status, and ways to preserve and enhance local biodiversity.
Gary S. Casper, Ph.D., is an ecologist with 45 years of experience in wildlife conservation, biodiversity, and monitoring. He owns Great Lakes Ecological Services, is an Associate Scientist with UW-Milwaukee Field Station and serves as an adjunct of the Graduate Faculty at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.
Julia Robson is a conservation biologist with the Waukesha County Department of Parks and Land Use.
Free to all. Registration required.
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