Monday, November 4, 2019

High Desert Museum Natural History Pub

The Influences of Disturbance on Native Pollinators in Eastern Oregon: A Decade of Discovery

Old St. Francis School - Father Luke's Room

5:30 pm doors, 7 pm program

Free. First come, first served. Arrive early!

All ages welcome

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About The Influences of Disturbance on Native Pollinators in Eastern Oregon: A Decade of Discovery

The Influences of Disturbance on Native Pollinators in Eastern Oregon: A Decade of Discovery

Dr. Sandy DeBano, associate professor of wildlife at Oregon State University, will discuss native pollinators and disturbance ecology. What impact do invasive grasses, fire and ungulate grazing have on grassland and riparian bee communities, their floral resources and their nesting habitat?

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About High Desert Museum Natural History Talk

Natural History

High Desert Museum Natural History Talk

Communities Partnering with Rodents to Rehabilitate Our Watersheds High Desert riparian ecosystems face threats from a wide range of pressures. How are ecologists mimicking beaver dams to restore healthy stream habitats? Join Dr. Chris Jordon, ecologist with NOAA-Fisheries; Dr. Matt Orr, assistant professor of biology at Oregon State University; and Dr. Nick Weber, fisheries biologist with Eco Logical Research, Inc. for an insightful discussion of beaver ecology and riparian.

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