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

Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit

Three neotropical birds: Magnolia warbler, Wilson's warbler, Canada warbler that were caught in a mist net for banding.

The Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit (WCWRU) is a partnership of the US Geological Survey, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Wildlife Management Institute. It is one of 40 similar cooperative Fish and Wildlife Units located in 38 of the 50 states; the cooperative unit program began in 1933. The WCWRU was established in 1972 to facilitate cooperation between the partners and to conduct programs of research and education related to fish and wildlife resource management.

Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Federal Staff

Wendy Turner headshot
Turner, Wendy
Unit Leader

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Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit

University of Wisconsin - Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology Room 204 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive
Madison WI 53706-1598
Phone: (608) 263-4519
Fax: (608) 262-9922

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