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Saturday, February 23
 

4:10pm

A Day in the Life of a Field Biologist rms. 33, 34Chris Benda Community Science - Stories from All-Star Bird Monitors rms. 40, 41Stephanie Beilke • Diane Hicks I love the Trash Forest: Invading Invaded Woodlands rms. 55,57Alex Enarson-Hering • Sol Hinami-Mayorga • Kathleen Soler People and Places: the Foundation for the Evolution of Ecological Restoration in the Midwest rm. 49Christian Lenhart • Rocky Smiley SPLIT SESSION: Baltimore Checkerspots Are Remarkable: Mark and Recapture Study and Habitat Restoration for One of the Iconic Butterflies in the Chicago Region / Using Radio Telemetry to Monitor Movements of Common... rm. 47Jared Bilak • Liza Lehrer • Jessica Prince • Gregory Rajsky • Tom Velat • Philip Willink SPLIT SESSION: Distribution of Flying Squirrels in DuPage County / White-tailed Deer in the Chicago Area rm. 21Brian Kraskiewicz • Michael Neri SPLIT SESSION: Habitat Potential of Post-industrial Landscapes / Novel Ecosystems : What's All the Fuss About? rm. 22Alison Anastasio • Thomas Simpson • Lauren Umek SPLIT SESSION: Headwater Streams - An Aquatic Menagerie in your Neighborhood or Backyard / Plum Creek Stream Restoration: Lessons Learned from Six Years of Planning, Engineering, and Permitting that Led to Thirty... rm. 46Ders Anderson • Josh Arrigoni • Laura Barghusen • Aaron Feggestad • Chip O'Leary • Zach Taylor SPLIT SESSION: How to Monitor 2500 Shrubs Planted by Volunteers in an Urban Forest Preserve—A Learning Experience / Rapid Floristic Quality Assessment as a Stewardship Tool rms. 52, 53Jamie Doherty • Mark Hauser • Linda Marton SPLIT SESSION: Pilot Study on the Importance of Patch Size to Urban Monarch Butterfly Larval Survivorship / Can Suburbs and Small Towns Save the Monarch Butterfly? / Monarch Moms: Cultures of Ecological Care in... rm. 45Mark Johnston • Alexis Winter SPLIT SESSION: Singing Insect Range Boundaries / Diversity and Ecology of Pollinator Flies in Chicago Area rm. 50Alan J. Molumby • Carl Strang SPLIT SESSION: Understanding Ecological Corridors Along the Chicago River System / Lessons Learned in Grassland and Wetland Restoration with a Bird Habitat Focus rm. 44Rebecca Collings • Andrew Donakowski • Linda Masters • Heidi Natura • Judith Pollock SPLIT SESSION: Writing Urban Nature: Engaging the City Landscape in the Field and Online / Beasts of the Page and Pavement: Natural History, Both Imagined and Real rms. 54, 56, 58Michael Bryson • Liam Heneghan • Gavin Van Horn The Bees of the Southern Lake Michigan Region and Their Ecological Significance rms. 23-32Laura Rericha-Anchor The Food System Chain Game rm. 51Rachel Kimpton Turning Buckthorn Into Toys and Kids Into Stewards rms. 42, 43Sean Shaffer • Sarah Sheldon Urban Symbiosis: A Discussion on the Impact of Natural Areas’ Stewardship on Human Communities rm. 48Forrest Cortes • Katie Flores • Carla Lents • Ann Whelan