Millersville Biology students Delaney Costante and Grace Smoot both attended the Annual Wildlife Society Meeting which took place in Cleveland Ohio. This Annual Conference is one of the largest gatherings of wildlife professionals, educators, and influencers in North America.
The conference enables people to attend a number of education sessions that are directly applicable to wildlife work and research, and allows participants to network with a variety of wildlife experts and colleagues from around North America and the world.
The Millersville presentations took place during the Conservation Policy and Planning session and included talks on ‘Temporal Analysis of Threats Impacting Federally Protected Species’, and a second presentation on ‘Recovery of Species from the Endangered Species Act’.
Grace and Delaney also had time to explore downtown Cleveland on the edge of Lake Erie and at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.