Cosponsored by Shenandoah University's Dept. of Environmental Studies and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute.

The program will be held in Stimpson Auditorium, Halpin-Harrison Hall, Shenandoah University.

Presented by Michael Steele, Wilkes University. 

Dispersal of oaks by rodents and birds depends both on characteristics of acorns (e.g., germination timing, chemistry) and animal behavior (e.g., caching, pilfering). Dr. Steele will summarize his work from around the world to tell the story of oak dispersal and forest regeneration.

To register call 540-837-1758, extension 224, Monday to Friday, 1-5 p.m. 


  • Occurred Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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