Join U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ecologist Brian Bangs to learn what makes beavers so dam good at what they do, and how we can better co-exist with these ecosystem engineers!
Date: Thursday, February 23
Date: Thursday, March 16 (rescheduled) Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Place: New Morning Bakery (788 Main St., Dallas)
Beaver, often referred to as nature's engineers, have incredible adaptations that make them masters of working in and modifying aquatic environments to suit their needs. In this presentation, Brian will be discussing the interesting biology and specializations of beaver, the role beaver play in creating habitat for other creatures, and inventive approaches to managing conflicts with beaver.
A recording of this live event will be posted here soon!
About Brian Bangs:Brian Bangs is an aquatic ecologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), where he works onbeavermanagement and conservation of a variety of nongame species across the state, including the Oregon Chub, Foskett Speckled Dace, and Borax Lake Chub.
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