Former RGS/AWS Regional Biologist Gary Zimmer has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Donald H. Rusch Memorial Award, in recognition of his strong advocacy and tireless efforts on behalf of wildlife in the state of Wisconsin. The award was presented to Gary at the Wisconsin Chapter of the Wildlife Society annual meeting in Rothschild, WI on March 2nd. Nominees are judged based on the significance of their contribution to wildlife conservation in Wisconsin, and must be strong supporter of the role of hunting in wildlife conservation. The award is named after the late Don Rusch, former UW-Madison faculty member who conducted some of the pioneering work on ruffed grouse in the upper Midwest. Congratulations, Gary!
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