Society for Range Management | 2019 Annual Meeting

Grazing, Wildlife and Rangeland Interactions

Grazing, Wildlife and Rangeland Interactions

8:00 AM Free-Roaming Horses in Montane Riparian Areas of Arizona: Determining Use of Forage Resources? Andrew M. Antaya
8:20 AM How Many Prairie Dogs Are Too Many? One Bird’s Perspective Courtney J. Duchardt2
8:40 AM Habitat Variables across Multiple Scales Influence Female Sharp-Tailed Grouse Brood Habitat Selection and Brood Survival in a National Grassland Grazed by Livestock Daniel L. Graham
9:00 AM Effects of Single-Season, High-Stocking Rate, Short-Duration Grazing on Texas Wintergrass (Nassella leucotricha) Katherine E. Hood1
9:20 AM Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Program: How Markets Are Driving Landscape Scale Conservation in the Northern Great Plains Joshua Lefers
9:40 AM Mediating Science and Culture:  Prey Behavior and Predation Theory Informs a Land Management Paradigm for Reducing Large Carnivore-Livestock Conflict Timmothy J. Kaminski
10:20 AM Determining Appropriate Utilization Measurements for Multiscale Spatial Analysis of Wildlife-Livestock Interactions in Southern Idaho Alexander Laurence-Traynor