April 13, 2015
K-State student chapter of The Wildlife Society in the national spotlight
Each year, the K-State student chapter of The Wildlife Society participates in a black-footed ferret survey in Northwest Kansas.
This is a great opportunity for students pursuing degrees in wildlife ecology and conservation to gain experience and network with professionals from state and federal agencies. This year the student chapter is in the national spotlight for their efforts in aiding in the recovery of black-footed ferrets in Kansas. Please read the article written by a member of the K-State student chapter of The Wildlife Society.