Poster Presentation, Wayne Spencer, Conservation Biology Institute

The southernmost population of Pekania pennanti has been isolated in the southern Sierra Nevada, California, USA, for thousands of years and has undergone multiple contractions and expansions over time.

This poster, presented at the 8th International Martes Symposium, describes the history of this unique population of Pacific fisher with a focus on more recent threats, conservation efforts, and research milestones.

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