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Jennifer M. Korn, PhD., will present at the September PRAS General Meeting.

In a unique position with FWC as a panther biologist within the landowner assistance program (LAP), Jennifer works to increase awareness and acceptance of the re-colonization of Florida panthers north of the Caloosahatchee River. She conducts presence/absence camera surveys across 10 counties, between the Caloosahatchee and I-4, on both public and private lands. Camera surveys serve to create more robust population estimates for Florida panthers, as well as leading to additional landowner assistance opportunities for the private landowner when interested. Working with private landowners, state and federal government agencies, NGO’s and other stakeholders, she seeks to create new incentive programs to keep working lands working and encourage protection of panther habitat.

Jennifer M. Korn
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