The purpose of the Waterfowl Research Foundation Fellowship is to develop critical scientific information about waterfowl and wetlands, contribute to the training of future waterfowl and wetland conservation professionals and honour the important role waterfowl hunters have played in supporting conservation throughout North America.
This fellowship has been awarded to Rob Blenk, a PhD student at University of California Davis for his work on a model of energetics, habitat use, and survival of wintering waterfowl. Understanding the effects of management and environmental change on a landscape’s ability to sustain a healthy population of waterfowl is critical for conservationists, regulatory agencies, and managers. Rob is working collaboratively to deve

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