Society for Range Management | 2019 Annual Meeting

Conservation and Monitoring of Native Pollinators – Afternoon

Conservation and Monitoring of Native Pollinators – Afternoon

Sponsored by Wildlife Habitat Committee

1:00 Spatial Targeting and Seed Mix Design: Decision Modeling to Support Pollinator Conservation Eric Lonsdorf
1:20 Harvesting Effects on Wild Bee Communities in Bioenergy Grasslands Depend on Nesting Guild Brian Spiesman
1:40 Restoration Management Influences Functional Composition Change in a Native Bee Community of Restored Tallgrass Prairie Bethanne Bruninga-Socolar
2:00 Grazer Type Impacts Flower and Pollinator Abundance in Former CRP Fields Managed With Patch-Burn Grazing Jasmine Cutter1
2:20 Break
2:40 Fire and Grazing Alters Flower Phenology and Resource Use by Bumblebees Cameron Duquette
3:00 Estimates of Butterfly Density in Mixed-Grass Prairie with a Restored Disturbance Regimes Brooke Karasch1
3:20 The Revery Alone Won’t do: The Response of Bee Communities to Fire and Grazing in Prairies Patrick Pennarola
3:40 If You Want Something to Die, Make it be Still: Pyric-herbivory Promotes Pollinator Diversity Shelly Wiggam
4:00 It Depends on Goals: Fire and Grazing Are Both Needed for Prairie Butterfly Management Julia Leone2