Wisconsin’s Trumpeter Swan Recovery Program
This class will share a 32-year retrospective on the research and history of the Wisconsin Trumpeter Swan Recovery Program. It will begin with the early Alaskan egg-collection days up to more recent events involving the satellite-tracking of 10 marked swans, and the growth of Wisconsin’s population to over 11,000 swans.
Graduate of UW-Madison (MS in Environmental Studies program, 1982); 40 years of service as a Nongame Biologist, Conservation Biologist, and Avian Ecologist with the WDNR Endangered Resources/Natural Heritage Conservation program specializing in endangered colonial waterbird conservation. Directed the WDNR Trumpeter ... read more