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Room 238Room 294Room 296/8Room 327/8/9Room 338
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7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Registration Open, Morning coffee 7:30 AM (Room 333)
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8:00 AM - Welcome & Plenary Session
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Plenary Session
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10:00 AM - Break (Room 333)
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USING MULTI-CITY COLLABORATIONS TO ADVANCE GLOBAL URBAN BIODIVERISTY  Moderator: Maureen MurrayFROM PLANNING TO POP CULTURE: EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR MAKING CITIES WILD Moderator: Kat SuperfiskyURBAN HAZARDS FOR BIRDS AND WILDLIFE
Moderator: Mary Coolidge
CATS AND WILDLIFE
Moderator: Bob Sallinger
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10:30 AMKatti- Effects of urbanization on native bird assemblages in three southwestern US citiesPratt- Connecting people to connectivity: From celebrity cats to eco-hip hopSheppard- Evaluating solutions to bird mortality from collisions with glass.Sallinger- Cats safe at home: An innovative program for protecting birds and cats in Portland, Oregon
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10:50 AMMagle- The Urban Wildlife Information Network: Moving towards a global dataset for urban wildlifeSuperfisky- Symbiotic cities: Reimagining urban infrastructure as an opportunity for, rather than impediment to, wildlife connectivityHelzer- Bird window collisions in Portland OR: case study and policyKraus - Catio tour: A humane and effective strategy for protecting birds and cats
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11:10 AMHennings- Collaborating across political boundaries: Conserving wildlife habitat in the greater Portland, Oregon metropolitan regionPallini-Tipton- TBDCoolidge- Shedding light on the growing issue of ecological light pollution Liebezeit- Humane reduction of free-roaming cats on Hayden Island: A case study
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11:30 AM
Break for Lunch
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12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
KNOWLEDGE CAFÉ: DEVELOPING INCLUSIVE URBAN WILDLIFE RESEARCH
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
WHAT BATS ARE IN MY BELTWAY?
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USING MULTI-CITY COLLABORATIONS TO ADVANCE GLOBAL URBAN BIODIVERISTY  Moderator: Maureen MurrayCOMMUNITY SCIENCE
Moderator: Jason Luscier
URBAN BATS                                                      Moderators: Liza Lehrer and Han LiCATS AND WILDLIFE Moderator: Bob Sallinger
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1:00 PMPierce- Connecting cities and biodiversity resources through the Urban Biodiversity HubJohns- Foraging behaviours in urban smooth-coated otters in SingaporeLehrer- Comparing biotic and anthropogenic drivers of bat species distributions in Chicago: water, forest, buildings, and noiseBays- Cats and wildlife: Integrating conservation and animal welfare perspectives1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
RESTORING AND CONSERVING URBAN WATERWAYS
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1:20 PMNilon- The UrBioNet Research Coordination Network: New perspectives on theory and practice of urban biodversityKieschnick- iNaturalist can guide policy: examples in Dallas/Fort WorthPederson- Evaluating relationships between bats and urban landscapesLuszcz- Engaging with veterinarians on cat management strategies to reduce cat overpopulation and cat impacts on wildlife populations
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1:40 PMDiscussionLuscier- Community science with cat tracker: A smartphone app for understanding an ecological CATastropheDiscussionBoone- The DC Cat Count
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2:00 PM - Break (Room 333)
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INCLUSIVE URBAN ECOSYSTEMS: INTEGRATING URBAN ECOLOGY RESEARCH WITH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT              Moderators: Chris Schell and Travis GalloURBAN COYOTES
Moderator: Paula-Marie Lewis
URBAN BATS Moderators: Liza Lehrer and Han LiURBAN GARDEN ECOLOGY                                 Moderators: Hailey Wallace and Marion Dresner
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2:30 PMCarlen- Science takes flight: Evolutionary ecology of feral pigeons and community engagementMowry- Species richness within an urban coyote (Canis latrans) territory in Atlanta, GeorgiaDeeley- White-nose Syndrome impacts to bat communities along a rural-urban gradientLangellotto- Ecological characteristics of bee communities in urban gardens
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2:50 PMHarris- Michigan ZoomIN: Partnering with the public to study Michigan's carnivore guildLarson- Urbanization and its effects on resource use in coyotes in Southern CaliforniaLi- The luxury effect beyond cities: bats responded to socioeconomic variations across landscapesDresner- Backyard vegetation and arthropod abundance
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3:10 PMDyson & Fuentes- Conducting urban ecology research on private propertyMartinez- Consumption of free-roaming cats by coyotes in southern CaliforniaZarecky- Non-traditional partnership to conserve urban bat species and promote science literacy in the North Carolina PiedmontWallace- Are we providing for bees in our neighborhoods? Assessing the relationship between small scale vegetation metrics and pollinator visitation in SE Portland
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3:30 PM - Break (Room 333)
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Concurrent
Sessions
INCLUSIVE URBAN ECOSYSTEMS: INTEGRATING URBAN ECOLOGY RESEARCH WITH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Moderators: Chris Schell and Travis GalloURBAN COYOTES
Moderator: Paula-Marie Lewis
URBAN BATS (cont'd) / URBAN BIRDS
Moderators: Liza Lehrer and Han Li
URBAN GARDEN ECOLOGY Moderators: Hailey Wallace and Marion Dresner
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3:40 PMRemine, Long & Jordan- Wild in Seattle: Using community science, high-tech reporting tools, and community engagement to increase human- wildlife coexistence in the greater Seattle areaDrake- Evaluating human-coyote encounters in an urban landscape using iNaturalistOrdeñana- NHMLA Backyard Bat Survey: New strategies in urban bat research and outreachVermeulen- The influence of neighborhood landscape characteristics on native bird communities. Implications for increasing biodiversity in our yards
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4:00 PMNilon- Birds, vacant lots, and environmental justiceCarter- Mesopredator occurrence and distribution in an urban environment in the southern high plains of TexasSander- Indicator communities for songbird conservation in heterogeneous urban landscapesAnderson- Investigating the attractiveness of native wildflowers to pollinators and natural enemies
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4:20 PMPerkins- Hotspots and blindspots: How community science can perpetuate environmental justiceConrad Simon- Fostering relationships to study relevant questions in underserved urban areas: Coyotes and Huston Tillotson UniversityWood- Public street-tree preferences by birds in the Los Angeles urban forest: the influence of tree origin and socioeconomicsDiscussion
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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM - Poster Session
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The Effects of Urban Noise Pollution on Bat Echolocation and Habitat Suitability in Syracuse NYAlexandra Sheehan, Jason Luscier
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The Safe Wildlife Crossings Design for the Interstate 15 FreewayAli Monajjemi, Elena Pierce
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Assessment of Helminth Biodiversity in Los Angeles County Coyotes (Canis latrans)Amanda F. Tokuyama, Sarah K. Helman, Justin L. Brown, Seth P. D. Riley, Jamie Lloyd-Smith
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Multiple Values of Urban School GardensAmy Goodall
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The Indirect Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Squamate Species Richness in Southern CaliforniaAndrew Powers, Tim J. Karels
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Urban Green Jays: Habitat Use in the Lower Rio Grande ValleyAnthony Henehan, Richard Heilbrun, Jason Estrella
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Ecology and Conservation of the Wildlife Community in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains Along a Wildland-Urban Interface: A Citizen Science ApproachAustin Green, Mary Pendergast, Lisa Thompson, Lewis Kogan, Cagan Sekercioglu
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Pelecanus: Conservation ConversationsAustin Parker
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Does ecological restoration break a feedback loop between birds and invasive plants, promoting regeneration in urban woodlands?Bradley Simpson, Lea R. Johnson
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Conflicts between humans and birds of prey in Sao Paulo, Brazil: An 11-year retrospective study.Bruno Petri, Haroldo Furuya, Lilian S. Fitorra, Valeria Pedro, Fabio Toledo, Liliane Milanelo
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Reviewing the past, present and potential lizard faunae of New Zealand citiesChristopher Woolley, Stephen Hartley, Danielle Shanahan, Nicola Nelson
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From Prison to Habitat – Engaging Incarcerated Volunteers in a Lake Restoration ProjectDiana Foss
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Effective use of Carbon Monoxinde (CO) to control ground squirrel and gopher populationsDuane Titus
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The invasion ecology of ivy in Portland's Forest ParkEric Butler
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Intraguild interactions within carnivores in Detroit Metro Parks Gabriel Gadsden, Rumaan Malhotra, Nyeema C. Harris
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Determining the Prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in the Syracuse Urban Deer PopulationGabriella Oliva, Jason Luscier, Emily Ledgerwood
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Urbanization exacerbates the decline of white-nose syndrome affected bat speciesHan Li, Kevin A. Parker Jr., Matina C. Kalcounis-Rueppell
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Daily activity patterns of relocated urban rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in a human-dominated landscape, Delhi and its implication in managementIshita Ganguly, Netrapal Singh Chauhan
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Estimating Urban Parrot Populations and Determining Landscape Characteristics of Roosts in Southern CaliforniaJanel L. Ortiz
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Under-representation of community approaches in the study of urban small mammalsJeffrey D. Haight, Sharon J. Hall, Jesse S. Lewis
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Phylogenetic analysis of the canine distemper viral strains circulating in Ontario wildlifeJolene Giacinti, David Pearl, Davor Ojkic, Claire Jardine
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Incidental Sightings Map Projects: Tools for Research and OutreachJoshua Mills, Zuriel van Belle, Megan Draheim
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Individual Differences in a Foraging Extraction Task of Urban Long Tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis)Josie Hubbard
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Carnivore population structure across an urbanization gradient: A regional genetic analysis of bobcats in southern California Julia G. Smith, Megan K. Jennings, Erin E. Boydston, Kevin R. Crooks, Holly B. Ernest, Seth P. D. Riley, Laurel E. K. Serieys, Shaelynn Sleater-Squires, Rebecca L. Lewison
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Education & Bylaw Enforcement to Reduce Human-Bear Conflict – Review of the City of Coquitlam’s Urban Wildlife ProgramJulie Kanya
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Migratory songbird richness on military training lands in interior Alaska -where increasing access development might have the greatest impact Justin Smith, Garrett Savory, Kim Jochum
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Bird community on office developments is explained by development and landscaping actions impacting vegetation communitiesKaren Dyson
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Effects of Mammalian Aposematic Pattern and Contrast Variation on Predator Avoidance LearningKathy Vo, Theodore Stankowich
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Evenness of Bird Species along a Residential Gradient in Wake County, North CarolinaKolby Altabet, Madhusudan Katti
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Resource Selection of Urban Red Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in Lincoln, NEKyle Dougherty, John Benson, Elizabeth VanWormer
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Effects of light pollution on populations of gray treefrogs and green frogs in Syracuse, NY.Kylee B. Wilson, Jason D. Luscier
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The Limited Home Range of Urban Copperheads, Agkistrodon ContortrixMalle Carrasco-Harris, Judith Cole, Steve Reichling
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Avian Community Dynamics in an Urban Forest Fragment in Central New YorkMargaret Valentine, Rachael Miller, Donald McCrimmon Jr., Jason Luscier
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Connectivity among populations of Pacific treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla) in the Portland Metropolitan areaMarissa Eckman, Rylee Trendell, Katie Holzer, Lauren Chan
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The Seattle Urban Carnivore Project: monitoring the impacts of urbanization on mammalian carnivores through camera trapping and citizen scienceMark Jordan, Robert Long, Katie Remine
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Can rapid evolution of pollution tolerance help conserve amphibians in Pacific northwest urban storm water facilities?Max R. Lambert
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A Wildlife Exclusion Service (AWES)Michael McGuire, Doris Duncan
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Filling in Data Gaps with Citizen Science and BioBlitz EventsMiguel Ordeñana, Lila Higgins, Richard Smart
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Human-Leopard conflict and conservation implications in Pauri Garhwal Sub-Urban Landscape, IndiaNetrapal Singh Chauhan
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Issues related to management of problematic leopards in Urban and Sub-Urban landscapes in India. Netrapal Singh Chauhan
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Continuous time movement models and home range size: ecological advances in space use between urban and rural black bearsNicholas P. Gould, Roger A. Powell, Roland W. Kays, Colleen Olfenbuttel, Christopher S. DePerno
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Preliminary acoustic surveys of bats in Portland's urban parksPamela Thompson, Olyssa Starry, Kevina Vulinec
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What Are Coyote Management Plans Telling Us?Paula-Marie Lewis
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Monkey beetles in the city – Examining species composition along urbanisation gradients in Cape Town, South AfricaPeta Brom, Les Underhill, Jonathan Colville and Kevin Winter
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Effective No-Poison Rodent ControlRebecca Dmytryk
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Spatio-temporal Patterns of Brown Rat and Free-Roaming Cat Populations in the City of ChicagoRíos María Jazmín, Magle Seth B., LaMontagne Jalene M.
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Cat management preferences of feral cat & wild bird advocates in the USA: where stakeholders agree and disagreeSabrina Aeluro
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Identifying spatial patterns of gene flow in Blainville's horned lizard (Phrynosoma blainvillii) in an urban landscapeSarah M. Wenner, Jeanne M. Robertson, Katy S. Delaney
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Human-carnivore co-occurrence patterns in Detroit Metro ParksSiria Gamez, Rumaan Malhotra, Nyeema Harris
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Connecting the community of West Linn to natural processes through the Parks & Rec program Beaver AmbassadorsSteven Murschel
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Towards post-species spacesTrace Fleeman y Garcia
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Species identification through 16SrRNA analysis in wildlife forensicsVaruna P. Panicker, Athira N, Binoy C Babu, Jacob Alexander
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