A golden eagle released with a tracking device (USGS)

Colloquium: Fisher on the “three Fs” challenging conservation in SoCal

Robert N. Fisher (<a href="https://www.usgs.gov/staff-profiles/robert-n-fisher?qt-staff_profile_science_products=0#qt-staff_profile_science_products" data-recalc-dims=USGS)” class=”wp-image-234″/>
Robert N. Fisher (USGS)

This week’s seminar in the Biology Department Colloquium series will be given by Robert N. Fisher, a conservation biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey’s Western Ecological Research Center. Dr. Fisher’s work has focused on organisms from amphibians to eagles to bobcats, and his planned talk will describe the “The Three Fs Impacting Biodiversity in Southern California: Fragmentation, Fire, and Flood”.

The Biology Colloquium series is held every Friday during the semester, at 2:00pm in Chaparral Hall room 5125.

Image: A golden eagle released with a tracking device (USGS)