Posters on any aspects of wildlife fertility control are welcome. These aspects include species-specific case studies, effect of fertility control on individual animals, impact on populations, delivery systems, cost, and social dimensions such as public attitudes and social acceptance. Posters can include results from completed projects published within the last 3 years, completed phases of long-term projects, projects in progress, and/or proposed projects. Presenters will display a printed version of their poster during the conference’s scheduled poster sessions.
Instructions for Submitting Poster Abstracts
Abstracts should reference one of the listed aspects of wildlife fertility control, and may contain data already published or presented within the last three years or accepted for publication as an original manuscript at the time of abstract submission.
Deadline for abstract submission:March 1, 2024 Deadline for abstract acceptance:April 1, 2024
The abstract should include:
Name(s) of Author(s)
250 word summary of work – no longer
Abstracts should be single spaced
TimesRoman 12 pt.
(See abstract example set forth below).