Millersville Students Present at The Pennsylvania Chapter of the Wildlife Society.

On April 1st,  Millersville Biology students attended the 40th annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Wildlife Society (PATWS) at Lake Rayburn, PA.  Alex Sandercock, Kayli Thomas and Delaney Costante presented their research on  quantifying threats to endangered and threatened species over time, and Tyler Bridgehouse presented his work on using noninvasive dye markings to mark and identify individual small mammals for research.  In addition, Rochelle Jones and Halie Parker won travel awards through the PATWS to attend the meeting.

Dr. Haines began the morning symposium with his talk on Facing Conservation Challenges of the 21st Century.  Support for travel to this conference came from the Hummelstown Field & Stream Association.