Peter Livengood (Dunbar, PA) – 2019 CFCA Hornaday Scholarship RecipientSophomore at California University of PA – Dual degree: BS is Fisheries and Wildlife Biology & Law and Public Policy Francis Micah Holston (Griffin, GA) – 2020 CFCA Hornaday Scholarship Recipient (Parents Lee and Karen )Junior at Kennesaw State University – Dual Major: Physics and Political […]
Black bears occurred historically throughout the southcentral and southeastern United States, but due to unregulated harvest and land use change, bear abundance and distribution was markedly reduced. In Missouri, black bear abundance similarly declined and few bears were present in the state by the early 1900s. Arkansas, Missouri’s southern neighbor, conducted a black bear restoration […]
2020 has been widely described as “unprecedented” due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic and associated impacts to every kind of human system. Here at the Camp Fire Program in Wildlife Conservation, we are thankful for the commitment and expertise of the hardworking, dedicated group of staff and students highlighted in this report. Because of […]
In April we had the honor of participating in the formal dedication of the Camp Fire Conservation Fund Conference Center coinciding with the Centennial Celebration of the Roosevelt Wild Life Station.
To honor select recipients of the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal award, the Camp Fire Conservation Fund offers an annual William T. Hornaday Silver Medal Scholarship. One scholarship recipient is chosen by Camp Fire from the Silver Medal winners each year. Consideration for this scholarship is automatic upon being awarded the Hornaday Silver Medal. On […]