We use fire to manage lands for specific species, but can this management technique also be used to alter the behavior of predators? Tune into today's episode as Dr. Marcus Lashley chats with Dr. Michael Cherry of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute and PhD student Marcelo Jorge of the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources as they discuss how fire can help decrease predator abundance on your land.

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Fire University

Fire University is a science-based podcast covering the latest research in fire ecology and how it relates to management of wildlife and plant communities. Learn more about the Fire University podcast.

Media Record Details

Jul 20, 2021
Michael Cherry, Marcelo Jorge

Cataloging Information

Fire Effects
Ecological - Second Order
Fire & Wildlife

NRFSN number: 23450
Record updated: January 13, 2023