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Session Chair
Start Time
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JEDI Session (Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion)Rich Burg, CA Dept of Fish and WildlifeWednesday Feb 8 1:00 PMExhibit Hall C
War with the Newts? Interactions between Pacific coast newts and endangered amphibians.Michael Westphal, US Bureau of Land ManagementWednesday Feb 8 1:00 PMExhibit Hall D
Birds I: OwlsElizabeth Meisman, Dudek/HSUWednesday Feb 8 1:00 PMRaincross B/C/E/F
Mammals I: UngulatesBen Sacks, UC DavisWednesday Feb 8 1:00 PMRaincross A/D
Mammals II: BatsKatrina Smith, CA Dept of Fish and WildlifeWednesday Feb 8 3:20 PMExhibit Hall C
Reptiles and Amphibians IChristine Van Horn Job, McCormick BioWednesday Feb 8 3:20 PMExhibit Hall D
Birds IIDavid Riensche, East Bay Regional Park DistrictWednesday Feb 8 3:20 PMRaincross B/C/E/F
Professionalism and EthicsChris Huntley, Aspen Environmental GroupWednesday Feb 8 3:20 PMRaincross A/D
Mammals III: CanidsAndrew Dennhardt, US Fish and Wildlife ServiceThursday Feb 9 8:00 AMExhibit Hall C
Reptiles and Amphibians IIMarisa Ishimatsu, WRA, Inc.Thursday Feb 9 8:00 AMExhibit Hall D
Addressing Conservation Challenges through TechnologyRob Schell, WRA, IncThursday Feb 9 8:00 AMRaincross B/C/E/F
Invertebrate ConservationDylan Winkler, CA Dept of Fish and WildlifeThursday Feb 9 8:00 AMRaincross A/D
Mammals III: Canids (continued)Christine Van Horn Job, McCormick Biological, IncThursday Feb 9 10:25 AMExhibit Hall C
Reptiles and Amphibians IIIJeff Alvarez, The Wildlife ProjectThursday Feb 9 10:25 AMExhibit Hall D
Mammals IV: MustelidsKatie Moriarty, NCASI/Oregon State UniversityThursday Feb 9 10:25 AMRaincross B/C/E/F
Birds IIIRick Williams, CWB, RetiredThursday Feb 9 10:25 AMRaincross A/D
Mammals V: Rodents / LagomorphsMelissa Riley, CA Dept of Fish and WildlifeFriday Feb 10 8:00 AMExhibit Hall C
Challenges and Opportunities I: Species RecoveryBrian Cypher, CSU-Stanislaus, ESRPFriday Feb 10 8:00 AMExhibit Hall D
Use of AI for Processing Camera Trap ImagesScott Osborn - CA Department Fish and Wildlife, David Delaney - US ACOEFriday Feb 10 8:00 AMRaincross B/C/E/F
Challenges and Opportunities II: Human DimensionsLinda Leeman, Ascent EnvironmentalFriday Feb 10 8:00 AMRaincross A/D


Session: JEDI Session (Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion)

Chair: Rich Burg, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

Room: Exhibit Hall C

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Andrea Riley

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES' RACIAL EQUITY ACTION PLAN

Wednesday 1:05 PMZoom
2Dana Cota

ARCHAEOLOGY IS FOR EVERYONE: A GRASSROOTS EFFORT TO NORMALIZE A CHANGE IN ARCHAEOLOGY'S COMPLEXION

Wednesday 1:25 PMZoom
3Amar Cid

CALTRANS: PIONEERING A PEOPLE-CENTERED APPROACH TO DIVERSITY EQUITY AND INCLUSIONS FOR OUR GOALS AND VALUES THROUGH SHARED LEADERSHIP.

Wednesday 1:45 PMZoom
4Tonya Marshall

SCIENTIFIC STORYTELLING: HOW RESEARCH REACHES THE MASSES

Wednesday 2:05 PMInPerson
5Nicole Cropper

TITLE: EMBEDDING EQUITY: SHIFTING FROM IDEAS TO ACTION

Wednesday 2:25 PMInPerson
6

PANEL DISCUSSION

Wednesday 2:45 PMInPerson

 

Session: War with the Newts? Interactions between Pacific coast newts and endangered amphibians.

Chair: Michael Westphal, US Bureau of Land Management

Room: Exhibit Hall D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Michael Westphal

CREATING A POND ARRAY TO TEST THE EFFECTS OF PREDATION BY LARVAL NEWTS ON THE EGGS OF CALIFORNIA RED-LEGGED FROGS

Wednesday 1:05 PMInPerson
2Jeff Wilcox

DOES SEVERE DROUGHT EXACERBATE PREDATION BY NEWTS (TARICHA SPP.) ON AMPHIBIAN EGG MASSES?

Wednesday 1:25 PMInPerson
3Chad Steiner

HCP IMPLEMENTATION AND ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AT A SANTA CRUZ LONG-TOED SALAMANDER BREEDING POND

Wednesday 1:45 PMZoom
4Karen Kiemnec-Tyburczy

PREDATION ON CALIFORNIA RED-LEGGED FROG EGGS BY OVERWINTERING ROUGH-SKINNED NEWT LARVAE

Wednesday 2:05 PMInPerson
5Julie Vance

SIERRA NEWT (TARICHA SIERRAE) BREEDING IN AN INTERMITTENT CENTRAL CALIFORNIA STREAM: RESULTS OF A CONTINUING LONG-TERM STUDY

Wednesday 2:25 PMInPerson
6

PANEL DISCUSSION

Wednesday 2:45 PMInPerson

 

Session: Birds I: Owls

Chair: Elizabeth Meisman, Dudek/HSU

Room: Raincross B/C/E/F

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Olivia Wang

BREEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET OF PUEO (HAWAIIAN SHORT-EARED OWL; ASIO FLAMMEUS SANDWICHENSIS)

Wednesday 1:05 PMInPerson
2Kate McGinn

FOREST OWLS RESPOND TO HISTORICAL AND NOVEL FIRE DISTURBANCE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA

Wednesday 1:25 PMInPerson
3Josh Barry

POTENTIAL COLLAPSE OF SPOTTED OWL POPULATIONS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Wednesday 1:45 PMInPerson
4Whitney Watson

HABITAT SELECTION BY JUVENILE BARRED OWLS DURING DISPERSAL IN COASTAL CALIFORNIA

Wednesday 2:05 PMInPerson
5Whitney Watson

A PASSIVE ACOUSTIC FRAMEWORK FOR MONITORING RAPIDLY EXPANDING BARRED OWL POPULATIONS

Wednesday 2:25 PMInPerson
6H. Anu Kramer

DEVELOPING A PRIORITIZATION TOOL TO SUPPORT ACOUSTICS-BASED SPOTTED OWL SURVEYS

Wednesday 2:45 PMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals I: Ungulates

Chair: Ben Sacks, UC Davis

Room: Raincross A/D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Carly White

BEFORE-AFTER-CONTROL-IMPACT (BACI) STUDY OF WILDFIRE EFFECTS ON DEER DIET USING DNA METABARCODING

Wednesday 1:05 PMInPerson
2Emily Armstrong Buck

ESCHERICHIA COLI AND SALMONELLA SP. IN DOMESTIC CATTLE AND WILD ROOSEVELT ELK: FECAL PATHOGENS AT THE WILDLIFE-DOMESTIC INTERFACE

Wednesday 1:25 PMInPerson
3Brett Furnas

INCREASING POPULATION TREND OF MULE DEER IN NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED WITH WINTER SEVERITY

Wednesday 1:45 PMInPerson
4Ben Sacks

ROBUSTNESS OF FECAL-DNA SPATIAL CAPTURE-RECAPTURE (SCR) ABUNDANCE ESTIMATION TO AGGREGATION IN ELK

Wednesday 2:05 PMInPerson
5Sara Moriarty-Graves

UTILIZING THE TIME-TO-EVENT FRAMEWORK TO ESTIMATE ELK ABUNDANCE OVER A LARGE SPATIAL SCALE IN THE KLAMATH MOUNTAINS OF CALIFORNIA

Wednesday 2:25 PMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals II: Bats

Chair: Katrina Smith, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

Room: Exhibit Hall C

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Neal Darby

EFFECTS OF DEWATERING GALLINACEOUS GUZZLERS ON WILDLIFE.

Wednesday 3:25 PMInPerson
2Rick Sherwin

DYNAMIC CHANGES IN SPECIES RICHNESS AND COLONY SIZES OF BATS ROOSTING IN ABANDONED MINES SUGGEST USE AS REFUGIA FROM CHALLENGING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS

Wednesday 3:45 PMInPerson
3Dave Johnston

INFLUENCE OF INTRODUCED TROUT ON FORAGING BATS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAINS

Wednesday 4:05 PMZoom
4Jill Carpenter

BATS IN SWALLOW NESTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR BAT CONSERVATION

Wednesday 4:25 PMInPerson
5Patricia Brown

DETERMINING NIGHTLY MOVEMENTS OF BATS TO CONSERVE FORAGING HABITAT

Wednesday 4:45 PMInPerson

 

Session: Reptiles and Amphibians I

Chair: Christine Van Horn Job, McCormick Bio

Room: Exhibit Hall D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Keyanna Pinto

EFFECT OF RADIO-TRANSMITTER COLLAR COLOR ON PREDATION PROBABILITY IN ENDANGERED BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARDS (GAMBELIA SILA) IN THE PANOCHE PLATEAU

Wednesday 1:05 PMInPerson
2Ian Axsom

SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF TEMPERATURES LINKED TO AN ECTOTHERM'S THERMOREGULATION AND MOVEMENT

Wednesday 1:25 PMInPerson
3Melissa Merrick

LIMITS OF BURROWS TO BUFFER AGAINST CLIMATE EXTREMES -- INSIGHT FOR HEADSTARTING AS A TOOL TO BOLSTER MOJAVE DESERT TORTOISE POPULATIONS

Wednesday 1:45 PMInPerson
4Stephanie Doria

SPATIAL ECOLOGY OF THE LITTLE PANOCHE VALLEY BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD (GAMBELIA SILA) POPULATION

Wednesday 2:05 PMInPerson
5Mark Statham

DIETARY ANALYSIS OF BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD AND SYMPATRIC LIZARDS USING DNA METABARCODING

Wednesday 2:25 PMInPerson
6Steve Sharp

MANAGEMENT OF BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD (GAMBELIA SILA) ASSURANCE COLONY AT THE FRESNO CHAFFEE ZOO, YEAR TWO!

Wednesday 5:05 PMInPerson

 

Session: Birds II

Chair: David Riensche, East Bay Regional Park District

Room: Raincross B/C/E/F

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Daniel Pierce

MOVEMENT OF AN AVIAN HYBRID ZONE MAY BE MEDIATED BY SECONDARY EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Wednesday 3:25 PMInPerson
2Andrew Dennhardt

PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A POPULATION ASSESSMENT FOR LEAST BELL'S VIREOS, VIREO BELLII PUSILLUS, IN THE SANTA CLARA RIVER VALLEY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Wednesday 3:45 PMInPerson
3Linda Long

USING CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT BIRDS TO GUIDE THE TIMING OF PRESCRIBED FIRES IN THE KLAMATH SISKIYOU BIOREGION

Wednesday 4:05 PMInPerson
4Kristin Brunk

ASSESSING SPECIES DISTRIBUTIONS IN TERMS OF FOREST RESTORATION AND FIRE RISK IN THE SIERRA NEVADA

Wednesday 4:25 PMInPerson
5Kara Fadden

USING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE LEAD POISONING IN CALIFORNIA CONDORS

Wednesday 4:45 PMInPerson
6Danae Mouton

USING AN INNOVATIVE DATA SHARING APPLICATION TO COORDINATE THE EFFORTS OF CALIFORNIA CONDOR RECOVERY PARTNERS

Wednesday 5:05 PMInPerson

 

Session: Professionalism and Ethics

Chair: Chris Huntley, Aspen Environmental Group

Room: Raincross A/D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Chris Huntley

ETHICS IN THE FIELD. "KNOW THYSELF".

Wednesday 3:25 PMInPerson
2TBD Panel

ADVOCACY, ETHICS, CLIENT NEEDS, AND THE RESOURCES. MAINTAINING YOUR ETHICS WHILE SUPPORTING RESPONSIBLE GROWTH

Wednesday 3:45 PMInPerson
3TBD Panel

THE RAMIFICATIONS OF COMPROMISED ETHICS, MISPLACED ADVOCACY, POOR FIELD CRAFT AND HOW TO AVOID THEM.

Wednesday 4:05 PMInPerson
4Jeff Alvarez

THE VALUE OF SHARING FIELD OBSERVATIONS, YES, EVEN THOSE FROM CONSTRUCTION MONITORING

Wednesday 4:25 PMInPerson
5

PANEL DISCUSSION

Wednesday 4:45 PMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals III: Canids

Chair: Andrew Dennhardt, US Fish and Wildlife Service

Room: Exhibit Hall C

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Kent Laudon

DANCING WITH WOLVES: A CHOREOGRAPHIC CHALLENGE

Thursday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Kent Laudon

"CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' " CALIFORNIA WOLF MANAGEMENT UPDATE

Thursday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Sophie Preckler-Quisquater

GENOME-WIDE SEQUENCING UNCOVERS RECENT ADMIXTURE PULSES AND SELECTIVE INTROGRESSION BETWEEN HIGHLY DIVERGENT GRAY FOX LINEAGES

Thursday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Katie Elder

DENSITY-DEPENDENT HABITAT SELECTION AND HOME RANGE SIZES IN A RECOVERING POPULATION OF ISLAND FOXES (UROCYON LITTORALIS) ON SANTA ROSA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA

Thursday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Brian Cypher

POTENTIAL HABITAT AND CARRYING CAPACITY OF ENDANGERED SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY

Thursday 9:25 AMInPerson

 

Session: Reptiles and Amphibians II

Chair: Marisa Ishimatsu, WRA, Inc.

Room: Exhibit Hall D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Nicole Cornelius

COMPARING CAMERA TRAPS AND VISUAL ENCOUNTER SURVEYS FOR MONITORING SMALL ANIMALS

Thursday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Eric Stitt

THE NORTHERN LEOPARD FROG: CALIFORNIA'S FORGOTTEN ANURAN?

Thursday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Bethany Dengler-Germain

STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION AND MITIGATION INCLUDING CALIFORNIA TIGER SALAMANDER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE ONE LAKE PROJECT IN SOLANO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Thursday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Brian Pittman

AESTIVATION, EDEMA, AND OVERWINTERING LARVAE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM CALIFORNIA RED-LEGGED FROGS AT SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT'S WEST OF BAYSHORE PROPERTY

Thursday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Rochelle Stiles

REARING THREATENED AMPHIBIANS FOR RELEASE IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD

Thursday 9:25 AMInPerson
6Patricia Valcarcel

GIANT GARTERSNAKE HISTORICAL HABITAT DESIGN AT LOOKOUT SLOUGH, A MULTI-BENEFIT RESTORATION PROJECT

Thursday 9:45 AMInPerson

 

Session: Addressing Conservation Challenges through Technology

Chair: Rob Schell, WRA, Inc

Room: Raincross B/C/E/F

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Thomas Radzio

APPLICATION OF THERMOGRAPHY AND TIME-LAPSE THERMAL IMAGING IN STUDIES OF JUVENILE DESERT TORTOISE ECOLOGY

Thursday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Connor Wood

EMERGING CONSERVATION TECHNOLOGIES REVEAL A MECHANISTIC LINK BETWEEN A SIERRA NEVADA MEGAFIRE AND BIODIVERSITY LOSS

Thursday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Kevin Kelly

MONITORING CALIFORNIA SPOTTED OWLS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA WITH BIOACOUSTICS

Thursday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Matthew Toenies

ADVANCING BIRD SURVEY EFFORTS THROUGH NOVEL RECORDER TECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATED SPECIES IDENTIFICATION

Thursday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Marie Martin

AN INTEGRATED SPATIAL CAPTURE-RECAPTURE APPROACH REVEALS THE DISTRIBUTION AND DENSITY OF A CRYPTIC CARNIVORE IN A PROTECTED AREA

Thursday 9:25 AMInPerson
6Whitney Albright

BUILDING A CLIMATE CHANGE-BIODIVERSITY MONITORING SENTINEL SITE NETWORK IN CALIFORNIA THROUGH A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL PARTNERSHIP

Thursday 9:45 AMInPerson

 

Session: Invertebrate Conservation

Chair: Dylan Winkler, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

Room: Raincross A/D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Anita Arenas

EFFECTS OF IRIS PSEUDACORUS ON INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ESTUARY

Thursday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Bradford Norman

ATTEMPTED POPULATION REDUCTION OF THE AMERICAN BULLFROG, RANA CATESBEIANA SHAW 1802 (AMPHIBIA, ANURA, RANIDAE), AN INVASIVE AMPHIBIAN AT THE RESIGHINI RANCHERIA.

Thursday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Jonathan Reinig

DOING ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT ON THE FLY: MANAGING FOR THE UNDERSTUDIED AND FEDERALLY ENDANGERED DELHI SANDS FLOWER-LOVING FLY.

Thursday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Heather White

HABITAT MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION AT WESTERN MONARCH OVERWINTERING SITES IN CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS

Thursday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Leif Richardson

CROWDSOURCING CONSERVATION: COMMUNITY SCIENCE TO CONSERVE CALIFORNIA'S BUMBLE BEES

Thursday 9:25 AMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals III: Canids (continued)

Chair: Christine Van Horn Job, McCormick Biological, Inc

Room: Exhibit Hall C

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Nicole Deatherage

FOSTERING ORPHANED PUPS OF ENDANGERED SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES (VULPES MACROTIS MUTICA): FOUR CASE STUDIES

Thursday 10:30 AMInPerson
2Erica Kelly

IMPACT OF A SARCOPTIC MANGE EPIDEMIC ON A POPULATION OF ENDANGERED SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES

Thursday 10:50 AMInPerson
3Tory Westall

ECOLOGICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC RESPONSE OF SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES TO THE PANOCHE VALLEY SOLAR FARM

Thursday 11:10 AMInPerson
4Brian Cypher

SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOX DEMOGRAPHY AND ECOLOGY ON THE CARRIZO PLAIN: IT'S THE KANGAROO RATS, STUPID!

Thursday 11:30 AMInPerson

 

Session: Reptiles and Amphibians III

Chair: Jeff Alvarez, The Wildlife Project

Room: Exhibit Hall D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Marissa Rykowski

CHANGING SEX RATIOS DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING FOR THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLE POPULATION

Thursday 10:30 AMInPerson
2An Lyu

INCIPIENT SPECIES OF ELGARIA MULTICARINATA COMPLEX LIVING AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES DISPLAY NEARLY INDISTINGUISHABLE THERMAL BEHAVIOR AND TOLERANCE

Thursday 10:50 AMInPerson
3Matthew Bettelheim

A REVIEW OF THE HISTORICAL MARKET: EFFECT OF THE WEST COAST COMMERCIAL FISHERY ON WESTERN POND TURTLES (ACTINEMYS MARMORATA AND A. PALLIDA)

Thursday 11:10 AMInPerson
4Jeff Alvarez

UPLAND HABITAT OCCUPANCY BY NORTHWESTERN AND SOUTHWESTERN POND TURTLES IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA

Thursday 11:30 AMInPerson
5Lyell Buttermore

RESILIENCY OF THE SOUTHWESTERN POND TURTLE (ACTINEMYS PALLIDA) AFTER DROUGHT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Thursday 11:50 AMInPerson
6Barry Nerhus

POPULATION DYNAMICS OF A SOUTHWESTERN POND TURTLE POPULATION IN ORANGE COUNTY

Thursday 12:10 PMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals IV: Mustelids

Chair: Katie Moriarty, NCASI/Oregon State University

Room: Raincross B/C/E/F

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Julia Owen-Ramos

USE OF WHOLE-GENOME SEQUENCING TO INVESTIGATE THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF ISLAND SPOTTED SKUNKS

Thursday 10:30 AMInPerson
2Karine Tokatlian

AMERICAN BADGER AND BURROWING OWL HABITAT SUITABILITY ASSESSMENT

Thursday 10:50 AMZoom
3Corbin Kuntze

SEX AND AGE MEDIATE THE EFFECTS OF RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE FOR FISHERS IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADA

Thursday 11:10 AMInPerson
4Jody Tucker

USE OF FOOTPRINT IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUE (FIT) TO DEVELOP A NOVEL TOOL FOR SPECIES AND SEX DISCRIMINATION OF FISHER TRACKS

Thursday 11:30 AMZoom
5Katie Moriarty

FOREST CARNIVORES ON THE BRINK: UP IN SMOKE OR CLIMBING TO THE TOP?

Thursday 11:50 AMInPerson
6Rebecca Green

FISHERS, FOREST REFUGIA, AND FIRE FOOTPRINTS

Thursday 12:10 PMInPerson

 

Session: Birds III

Chair: Rick Williams, CWB, Retired

Room: Raincross A/D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Aviv Karasov-Olson

COLLABORATION IN A COMPLEX SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM: MANAGEMENT OF MIGRATORY WATERFOWL ALONG THE PACIFIC FLYWAY

Thursday 10:30 AMInPerson
2Kevin Dodd

DABBLING IN DANGER: DUCKS OF THE TRIBE ANATINI DISPLAY INCREASED VIGILANCE IN RESPONSE TO PERCEIVED BALD EAGLE PREDATION PRESSURE IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY

Thursday 10:50 AMInPerson
3Janelle Chojnacki

COMMON RAVEN RESOURCE USE AND BEHAVIOR AROUND NESTING HABITAT OF THE THREATENED WESTERN SNOWY PLOVER

Thursday 11:10 AMInPerson
4Amanda Martinez

PREY AVAILABILITY AT A VARIETY OF CALIFORNIA LEAST TERN (STERNULA ANTILLARUMBROWNI) COLONIES

Thursday 11:30 AMInPerson
5Frank Fogarty

RIPARIAN AREA, NOT FRAGMENTATION, IS ASSOCIATED WITH BREEDING BIRD SPECIES RICHNESS IN THE GREAT BASIN, USA

Thursday 11:50 AMInPerson

 

Session: Mammals V: Rodents / Lagomorphs

Chair: Melissa Riley, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

Room: Exhibit Hall C

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Katie Smith

BUILDING A BETTER PREDICTION: A CASE STUDY IN EVALUATING A QUICK FIELD ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUE FOR PREDICTING SALT MARSH HARVEST MOUSE OCCUPANCY.

Friday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Katie Smith

UTILIZING THE ARCGIS FIELD MAPS MOBILE APP TO OPTIMIZE SURVEY DATA COLLECTION FOR A LARGE-SCALE COLLABORATIVE REGIONAL SURVEY

Friday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Cody Aylward

ANALYSIS OF MODERN AND MUSEUM DNA REVEALS DECLINING GENETIC DIVERSITY IN SALT MARSH HARVEST MICE

Friday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Celia Tarcha

STUDYING THE BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY OF THE RIPARIAN BRUSH RABBIT WITH CAMERA TRAPS DURING EXTREME FLOOD

Friday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Patrick Anderson

TRANSLOCATION OF THE SAN JOAQUIN ANTELOPE SQUIRREL (AMMOSPERMOPHILUS NELSONI) IN THE CARRIZO PLAIN

Friday 9:25 AMInPerson
6Wayne Spencer

RANGEWIDE STEPHENS' KANGAROO RAT MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING PLAN

Friday 9:45 AMInPerson
7Yuwei Cui

GENOMIC DIFFERENTIATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC HISTORY IN TWO FORMERLY CONSPECIFIC KANGAROO RATS, DULZURA KANGAROO RAT (D. SIMULANS) AND THE AGILE KANGAROO RAT (D. AGILIS)

Friday 10:05 AMInPerson
8William Bean

FECAL GENOTYPING TO ESTIMATE SMALL MAMMAL POPULATION SIZE, WITH A COMPARISON TO LIVE MARK-RECAPTURE ESTIMATES

Friday 10:25 AMInPerson

 

Session: Challenges and Opportunities I: Species Recovery

Chair: Brian Cypher, CSU-Stanislaus, ESRP

Room: Exhibit Hall D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Andrew Dennhardt

FIVE-YEAR STATUS REVIEW FOR THE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY DISTINCT POPULATION SEGMENT OF THE CALIFORNIA TIGER SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA CALIFORNIENSE

Friday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Laura Berthold

NAVIGATING A PATH TO RECOVERY FOR KIWIKIU: A HAWAIIAN FINCH IN PERIL

Friday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Cara Thow

ASSESSING AVIAN MALARIA AT THE LANDSCAPE SCALE IN HAWAI'I

Friday 8:45 AMInPerson
4Melissa Price

THE FUTURE IS HERE: RECENT DECLINES ACROSS MULTIPLE TAXA IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS RAISE ALARMS REGARDING POTENTIAL TIPPING POINTS CAUSED BY MULTIPLE THREATS, INC

Friday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Kent Kowalski

DESERT TORTOISE WEEK 2022

Friday 9:25 AMInPerson
6Rory Telemeco

LOSS AND IMPENDING RECOVERY OF PANOCHE PLATEAU BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARDS (GAMBELIA SILA)

Friday 9:45 AMInPerson
7Deana Clifford

PROTECTING ENDANGERED RIPARIAN BRUSH RABBITS FROM EMERGENT RABBIT HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE IN CALIFORNIA, USA

Friday 10:05 AMInPerson
8Erik Schmidt

20 YEARS OF PROGRESS IN CALIFORNIA: ADVANCES IN STATE AND FEDERAL PERMITTING AND CEQA REVIEW FOR WILDLIFE HABITAT RESTORATION AND MULTI-BENEFIT PROJECTS

Friday 10:25 AMInPerson

 

Session: Use of AI for Processing Camera Trap Images

Chair: Scott Osborn - CA Department Fish and Wildlife, David Delaney - US ACOE

Room: Raincross B/C/E/F

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Connor Wood

PASSIVE ACOUSTIC SURVEYS AND A NOVEL MACHINE LEARNING TOOL REVEAL DETAILED SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION IN THE VOCAL ACTIVITY OF TWO ANURANS - WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR CARNIVORE MONITORING

Friday 8:05 AMInPerson
2Lindsey Rich

CALIFORNIA FISH AND WILDLIFE'S PARTNERSHIP WITH WILDLIFE INSIGHTS FOR STORING, PROCESSING, AND SHARING CAMERA IMAGES

Friday 8:25 AMInPerson
3Fraser Shilling

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-SUPPORTED ANIMAL IMAGE PROCESSING

Friday 8:45 AMInPerson
4William Duvall

OPEN SOURCE COMPUTER VISION MODELS FOR DATA AGGREGATION AND SORTING

Friday 9:05 AMInPerson
5Martin Slosarik

WILDLIFE IMAGE AI DETECTION: FROM LAB TESTING TO ENTERPRISE ADOPTION

Friday 9:25 AMInPerson
6Jaran Hopkins

DETECTING AND MONITORING RODENTS USING CAMERA TRAPS AND MACHINE LEARNING VERSUS LIVE TRAPPING FOR OCCUPANCY MODELING

Friday 9:45 AMZoom
7Ryan Avery

USING MACHINE LEARNING TO MANAGE LARGE REMOTE CAMERA DATASETS AND DETECT SAN JOAQUIN FOX IN WESTERN MERCED COUNTY

Friday 10:05 AMInPerson
8

PANEL DISCUSSION

Friday 10:25 AMInPerson

 

Session: Challenges and Opportunities II: Human Dimensions

Chair: Linda Leeman, Ascent Environmental

Room: Raincross A/D

#PresenterTitleDate/TimeLocation
1Patrick Lorch

MOTUS WILDLIFE TRACKING: PROTOCOL FOR TAG DETECTION TESTING FOR MOTUS STATIONS

Friday 8:25 AMInPerson
2Carla Angulo

EVALUATION OF DAM DECOMMISSIONING AS A MARSH RESTORATION METHOD

Friday 8:45 AMInPerson
3Trinity Smith

FROM HAZARD TO HABITAT: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION'S BAT PROTECTION EFFORTS

Friday 9:05 AMInPerson
4Fraser Shilling

CALIFORNIA WILDLIFE-VEHICLE CONFLICT: HOTSPOTS AND RESOLUTION

Friday 9:25 AMInPerson
5Autumn Iverson

LINKAGES DON'T PREDICT WILDLIFE OCCUPANCY AND MOVEMENT

Friday 9:45 AMInPerson
6Rachel Smith

RESTORATION OF A DEGRADED STREAM THROUGH A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP: A CASE STUDY OF VOLUNTARY HABITAT CONSERVATION ON PRIVATE LANDS

Friday 10:05 AMInPerson
7George Wuerthner

REWILDING THE AMERICAN WEST

Friday 10:25 AMZoom