PFN Meeting: Shifting Distributions of Canada Lynx and Bobcat
2021-06-10 @ 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Dr. Jeff Bowman is a Senior Research Scientist with the Wildlife Research and Monitoring Section of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and also an Adjunct Professor in the Environmental and Life sciences Graduate Program at Trent University.
He completed his Ph.D. at the University of New Brunswick in 1999, and has been with MNRF since August 2001. Jeff leads Ontario’s furbearer and small mammal research programs, and has expertise in population and landscape ecology, and landscape genetics. He has conducted research on many species and ecosystems, including work on fishers, martens, lynx, wolverines, mink, wild turkeys, flying squirrels, and a variety of bat species.
Jeff will present the findings of recent research on the shifting distributions of Canada lynx and bobcat in Ontario, including a description of a live-trapping and collaring study on the North Shore of Lake Huron.
Virtual meeting on Zoom
Invitations e-mailed to members