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Florida Black Bear- A Conservation Success Story- So Where Do We Go From Here?

Florida’s black bear population has recovered from the low numbers in the 90s and is now estimated to be 4,030. Their endangered species status has been removed, making them a true wildlife conservation success story. Join us to learn about current research investigating black bear behavior in the human-dominated landscape and the demography of the Apalachicola subpopulation of bears.Speaker Bio: Don W. Hardeman Jr. is a Black Bear Research Biologist with FWC’s Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. He studies black bears across the state and is currently working on projects investigating various aspects of their ecology. Don is currently pursing his MSc at UF in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.  https://marinelab.fsu.edu/media/2929/hardeman.pdf 

Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm


FSU Coastal & Marine Lab, Auditorium 3618 Highway 98, St. Teresa, FL 32325

Event Type

Workshops & Seminars

Departments Filters

Administration, Research, Coastal and Marine Laboratory

Website

https://marinelab.fsu.edu/media/2929/...

Group
All Audiences
Contact Name:

Durene Gilbert

Contact Phone

850-697-4095

Contact Email

degilbert@fsu.edu

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