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Zoominar lecture by Dr. David Stoner: Surfing the concrete wave: Cougar response to urban expansion
Suppose the motion-activated floodlights in your back ard go on. You look out the window and see a deer. What are the odds that there is a mountain lion in your backyard too? Is it safe to go have a look?

Many people live on the wildland-urban interface, but don’t know how their presence affects our native wildlife, and the interactions between predators and prey. Learn more about your wild neighbors and how to live safely with them by attending this free and fascinating zoom presentation by Dr. David Stoner with Utah State University

Apr 20, 2021 06:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. David Stoner
Research Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Wildland Resources @Utah State University
Hailing originally from California where he worked for the United States Geological Survey, California Fish and Game, and the U.S. Forest Service, Dr. David Stoner is currently a Research Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Wildland Resources at Utah State University. David conducts applied ecological research on terrestrial ecosystems at landscape scales. He uses the principles of conservation biology, landscape ecology, and biogeography to inform spatial and demographic analyses of terrestrial vertebrate responses to plant phenology, exploitation, and habitat fragmentation in the mountain West. David has frequently worked with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, including studying cougar movement and foraging patterns as well as conducting population estimates of this species in Utah. See David's website: https://qcnr.usu.edu/directory/stoner_david