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In Oregon, forest carnivores of conservation concern include wolverines, American marten, and Sierra Nevada red fox. In collaboration with a host of partner agencies and organizations, Tim Hiller and Jamie McFadden-Hiller implemented a 2-year monitoring study beginning in Fall 2012 primarily within wilderness areas in the northern Cascades of Oregon. Using baited camera stations and hair-snagging devices, the presence and distribution of forest carnivores is being assessed. Preliminary findings suggest that the distribution of marten is larger than expected and that the red fox subspecies previously identified on camera is Sierra Nevada. Please join us to learn more about the forest predators of Oregon's Cascade Range.
Hitchcock Auditorium in the Pioneer Building, Central Oregon Community College, 2600 NW College Way, Bend, Oregon 97701
Jamie McFadden-Hiller earned her B.S. in Zoology from Juniata College in Pennsylvania and her M.S. in Natural Resource Sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Originally from Pennsylvania Jamie has been involved in a variety of projects including black bear ecology in the north woods of Minnesota, marine ecosystems in the Florida Keys, endangered and threatened bird species in Nebraska, and now forest carnivores in the Oregon Cascades. Jamie is also a Research Associate for Mississippi State University.
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