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Avr 19 2022


8:30 pm

Wildlife Migrations in the West

« In the finale of ONDA’s 2022 High Desert Speaker Series, professor Arthur Middleton will cover the basic ecology of ungulate migrations in the western United States.

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Arthur will profile threats to these migrations, including climate and land-use change, as well as barriers to migration like roads and fences. With a nod to the future, he will also discuss some emerging models and opportunities for collaborative conservation of important migrations — all more relevant than ever to Oregon’s high desert and the species that move through the sagebrush sea.

Arthur Middleton is an assistant professor of wildlife management and policy at UC Berkeley. His earliest work with wildlife was as a falconer and raptor biologist. He later received graduate training in environmental management at Yale University, and in ecology at the University of Wyoming. Arthur’s group at Berkeley studies the effects of environmental change on the behavioral, population, and community ecology of wide-ranging wildlife, with emphasis on the development of solutions to human-wildlife conflicts. Currently the group maintains active field programs in the Northern Rockies of the western US and in the Andean and Patagonian Steppe of Argentina.

Registration is required to receive the link to this virtual event, and registration closes two hours before the event begins. This event will be hosted on Zoom, and you will receive the Zoom link one hour before the event. You will also receive a captioned recording of the presentation after the event.

ONDA’s High Desert Speaker Series features intriguing stories, exquisite photography, and fascinating natural history from the high desert and across the West. Learn more about the full lineup at

Organisé par Oregon Natural Desert Association

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