Are you a teacher currently conducting research related to wildlife and/or wildlife habitats with high school students?
Are you a high school student involved in wildlife-related research?
Or maybe you're a wildlife professional or wildlife enthusiast? Join us for this unique event.
The 3rd Annual Student Wildlife Research Symposium will take place on Thursday April 4, 2019 at the Mohican State Park Lodge in Perrysville, Ohio. This symposium kicks off the annual EECO Conference and highlights wildlife-related research taking place at high schools around Ohio throughout the past year. 2019 presentations and posters include impacts of microplastics on freshwater ecosystems, mammal and bird species diversity in reclaimed mining areas, surveying wildlife with digital cameras, water quality studies, and more. This year's keynote is Jim Reding, Granville High School science teacher, who will talk about the impacts of high school student research on future conservation efforts. Registration is $35 for adults, $25 for students and can be completed online at https://eeco.wildapricot.org/event-3208444 Contact the Division of Wildlife's Education Coordinator at 1-800-WILDLIFE or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Registration deadline is March 29th. The symposium is co-sponsored by the ODNR-Division of Wildlife and EECO-the Environmental Education Council of Ohio.
Registration is now open.
Agenda can be viewed here.
Paper presentation abstracts can be viewed here.
Poster presentation abstracts can be viewed here.
Please send questions to:
Jen Dennison, Wildlife Education Coordinator, ODNR-Division of Wildlife.
email@example.com or 1-800-WILDLIFE.
We know there are a lot of great research projects out there and we want to promote them. We hope to see you there!
Student Wildlife Research Symposium Sponsors include: