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Science Lecture Series Webinar: Assessing the Status of Fisher (Pekania pennanti) in a Managed, Fragmented, Suburban Landscape in Albany, NY

  • Dates: June 17, 2021
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Price: Suggestion donation $5, registration required
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    This online webinar is on June 17th at 7pm. After you register you will receive an email with a link to the program. Please check your SPAM folder.

    Once you have registered, you can log in on our website and you will also be able to find the link on this event page.

    Suitable for adults

    Assessing the Status of Fisher (Pekania pennanti) in a Managed, Fragmented, Suburban Landscape in Albany, NY

    Fisher (Pekania pennanti), once believed to only thrive in dense, remote coniferous and mixed forests away from human inhabited areas, populations are gradually expanding across New York State. These medium sized carnivores are being sighted in suburban landscapes including the Albany Pine Bush Preserve (APBP). University at Albany graduate student Daniel Winters will speak this evening about his research which aims to explore the status of the fisher population in the Albany area and how they utilize this unique habitat with the goal of better understanding whether these populations can persist in the APBP landscape.

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