The University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Institute plans a series of virtual discussions that focus on the role of science in wildlife management and the importance of hunting and fishing as drivers of conservation in Wyoming.
“Biodiversity Chats: Stewarding Wyoming’s Landscapes through Hunting and Fishing” will take place online via Zoom Wednesdays from noon-1 p.m. MST from Feb. 10 to March 10. These discussions are free and open to the public.
Topics covered as part of this event include sharing the stories of historically underrepresented groups in hunting and fishing narratives; the role of biodiversity research in hunting and fishing; overcoming access issues to hunting and fishing; and a presentation by award-winning author Keith McCafferty.
Registration is required for each webinar. To register, please visit our website at http://wyobiodiversity.org/index.php/blogs/calendar/stewarding-wyomings-landscape-through-hunting-fishing