Wednesday, July 17 • 1:30pm - 3:10pm
MMM. Successful Applications of Imperiled Species Management Practices

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No less than a dozen landscape-scale wildlife and habitat planning programs are currently being implemented collaboratively in most cases by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, US Fish and Wildlife Service, other regulatory agencies and conservation organizations. These initiatives generally involve development of state-wide management plans for high profile wildlife species, implementation of a revised state listed process for imperiled wildlife species, habitat identification and ranking analyses for preservation, best management practices for wildlife on agricultural lands and consolidation of regulatory processes. Each of these programs has potential to profoundly affect the ways we conserve listed species and the habitats upon which they depend. They also will affect the responsibilities of regulators, land managers and consultants. Members of this panel will offer a review of these evolving policies by detailing key species issues and providing examples of successful project applications. Come prepared with your questions. Audience participation encouraged!


George Fullerton

Wiregrass Ecological

Gisele Colbert

Principal Scientist, Smart-Sciences, Inc.
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Dylan Larson

Vice President, Miller Legg
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Colleen Reilly

Senior Project Scientist, Cardno

Kristin Eaton

Environmental Services/Wildlife, Florida Power & Light Company

Cole Fredricks

Ecologist, Kleinfelder

Wednesday July 17, 2019 1:30pm - 3:10pm
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