DNR biologist to discuss deer, timber wolves at tomorrow's Biology Seminar
Dr. Glenn DelGiudice, an adjunct associate professor at the University of Minnesota and the Deer Project leader for the Minnesota DNR, will lecture at tomorrow's Biology Seminar.
Dr. Glenn DelGiudice
DelGiudice's lecture, "Long-Term Study of White-Tailed Deer in an Expanding Wolf Range," will be given at 3:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, in Room 313, O'Shaughnessy Science Hall.
DelGiudice will examine influences of winter severity, diminished conifer cover and re-establishment of timber wolves on survival and reproduction of white-tailed deer in northern Minnesota over a 15-year period.
He teaches in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota and works in the Forest Wildlife Research Group for the DNR.
A social with snacks will be held immediately following the seminar in the biology lounge area outside of Room 390, Owens Science Hall. All are invited.