Apr 02 2014
Aficionados Luncheon: Brian Linkhart presented by Colorado College at Colorado College - Gaylord Hall, Colorado Springs CO

Aficionados Luncheon: Brian Linkhart

Presented by Colorado College at Colorado College - Gaylord Hall

 “Mitigating the Effects of Fire Suppression in Pine Forests: How Forest Thinning Affects Populations of Flammulated Owls” (Brian Linkhart-Colorado College Associate Professor of Biology)

Dr. Brian Linkhart is an Associate Professor of Biology at Colorado College. His field of study and research primarily focuses on Avian Ecology, Habitat Relationships, Population Dynamics, Evolution of Life Histories, and Conservation. An avid outdoorsman, Dr. Linkhart enjoys backpacking, fishing, and studying Southwest Native American Cultures in his free time. The flammulated owl is near and dear to Dr. Linkhart’s heart, and the Hulbert Center is excited to present his research on this subject. Please join us for this informative and enriching lecture!

Admission Info

$17.00 includes lecture and catered lunch. Open to the public.

Email: swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu

Dates & Times

2014/04/02 - 2014/04/02

Additional time info:

Lunch begins at 12:00 p.m., and the lecture will commence at 12:20 p.m.

Reservations & Cancellations required by Friday, March 28th. Please call or email for reservations or questions.

Location Info

Colorado College - Gaylord Hall

902 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903