Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Texas
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Texas Staff Member


Lucas Schilder

Lucas

Master's
Email: lucas.schilder@ttu.edu

Biography

Lucas is studying avian community and vegetation response to prescribed pinyon-juniper thinning, with a focus on ecological impacts to juniper titmice.

Presentations Presentation Date
Schilder, L.J., L.J. Heintzman, N.E. McIntyre, S. Harryman, C.A. Hagen, R. Martin, C.W. Boal, and B.A. Grisham. 2020. Landscape Connectivity for Lesser Prairie-Chickens on the Southern High Plains of Texas and New Mexico. Meeting of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Corpus Christi, TX, 14 February 2020. February 2020
Schilder, L.J., L.J. Heintzman, N.E. McIntyre, S. Harryman, C.A. Hagen, R. Martin, B.A. Grisham, and C.W. Boal. 2019. Landscape connectivity for lesser prairie-chickens on the southern high plains of Texas and New Mexico. Annual Meeting of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Montgomery, TX, 20-23 February 2019 February 2019
Schilder, L., C. Borgman, R. Cox, and C.W. Boal. 2020. Changes in Avian Community Composition Following Prescribed Thinning of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands. Meeting of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Corpus Christi, TX, 14 February 2020. February 2020
Lucas J. Schilder, L.J., C. Borgman, C. Portillo-Quintero, R. Cox, and C.W. Boal. 2021. Changes in Avian Community Composition Following Prescribed Thinning of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands. Meeting of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Online. 25 February 2021. February 2021