RALEIGH, N.C. (March 29, 2011) – It’s all in the numbers, when the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education presents “1 Fish, 2 Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish – What Dr. Seuss Did Not Teach About Counting Fish (or Wildlife)” at 4 p.m. on April 13.
The free program is part of the Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar series, a partnership between faculty and students in the Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Program at N.C. State University and the biologists, managers and educators with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
Dr. Beth Gardner, an assistant professor in the NCSU Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Program, will present a set of case studies demonstrating the difficulty in assessing population demographics and habitat relationships. New advances in capture-recapture and occupancy modeling will be the focus of this presentation, with examples ranging from plant species to carnivores.
The seminar is preceded by a social with free beverages and snacks at 3:30 p.m.
The Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education is a free visitor and learning facility of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Located at 1751 Varsity Drive, Raleigh, on the Centennial Campus of N.C. State University, the center features interactive exhibits highlighting Piedmont wildlife species and habitats. A limited number of free visitor parking spaces are available at the Center, and a $2 daily pass for nearby campus parking is available at the Centennial Campus visitor booth on Varsity Drive.
For more information on the Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar series at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education, call (919) 707-0203 or visit Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education.