First graders learn about wildlife from a Forestry Club member.
Campus fox.
Forestry Club teaches first graders how to measure trees.
Workers proceed with a Spring controlled burn.
Tree core reveals tree age to aid in management decisions - Wisconsin
Forestry Club students and Smokey Bear teaching first graders about Forestry - Wisconsin
Learning proper tree-climbing techniques - Wisconsin
Blanding's turtle
Birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) conks on paper birch in northern Wisconsin
Wild turkey research - Wisconsin
Students collect forest stand data for management plan - Wisconsin
Students learning field techniques during wildlife ecology summer camp - Wisconsin
White-tailed deer fawn - Wisconsin
Pine seedling – Woodruff Wisconsin

Department Mission and History

The mission of the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology is to provide science-based research, instruction, and extension that supports forest and wildlife conservation and management in an ecologically, economically, and socially sustainable fashion.

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Seminars

  • Fri, 09/19/2014
    North Carolina State University
    L. Scott Mills
    Website
    How seasonal camouflage hides animals while revealing mysteries of climate change.
  • Fri, 09/26/2014
    Kansas State University
    Joseph Craine
    Website
    Climate change and shrinking bison: an imminent nutritional cascade.
  • Fri, 10/03/2014
    UW-Madison Department of Agronomy
    Randy Jackson
    Website
    Can we use prairie to improve Midwestern agricultural landscapes?
  • Fri, 10/10/2014
    UW-Madison Department of Anthropology
    Karen Strier
    Website
    Demographic variation and behavioral plasticity: implications for primate conservation.

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Giving to Forest and Wildlife Ecology

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Employment Opportunities

Postdoctoral Position Available

Three-year NSF-funded POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in the laboratory of William Karasov at University of Wisconsin-Madison to study molecular mechanisms of dietary modulation of intestinal enzymes in birds and small mammals.The production of digestive enzymes may increase with availability of substrate in the diet, and we seek to advance knowledge about underlying mechanisms of digestive enzyme flexibility.

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