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The Wildlife Society

Wisconsin Chapter

Forestry for the Birds - WCTWS Brown Bag Webinar

  • 12 Jan 2022
  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • Zoom - RSVP for link

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Join us for the next WCTWS Membership Committee Brown Bag Webinar!

"Forestry For The Birds"

January 12th, 12 pm - 1 pm
via Zoom

Colleen Matula 

Wisconsin is well-known for its extensive and diverse forests which are vital to many species of forest dependent birds. Foresters and landowners play a vital role in helping to protect and improve Wisconsin forests to support the birds that live here. Colleen will review some key forest ecology concepts, feature some important forest characteristics for avian communities and provide assessment and guidance on how to enhance these opportunities. 

Colleen Matula has worked as a Forest Ecologist/Silviculturist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for the last 20 years. Prior to the WDNR, she worked for the US Forest Service for 10 years in the Ecology and Forestry programs for both Chequamegon Nicolet  NF and Ottawa NF.  She received her B.S. degree form Northland College an M.S. from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with emphasis in Forest Ecology. Throughout her career, she has focused on topics usch as adaptive management, silviculture trials, and invasive species, but most recently on lowland ash ecosystems. 


PO Box 487, Stevens Point, WI 54481-0487


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