5th World Lagomorph Conference — July 11-15, 2016


Conference Proceedings

Conference Proceedings cover
​Download: Proceedings.pdf

The 5th World Lagomorph Conference was held at California State University, Stanislaus in Turlock, California. Turlock is centrally located in California’s heartland, the Great Central Valley, one of the most productive agricultural landscapes in the world.

The World Lagomorph Conference takes place every 4 years.  This is the first time the conference was held in the United States. The previous conferences were held in Canada (Guelph, 1979), Portugal (Vairão, 2004), Mexico (Morelia, 2008), and Austria (Vienna, 2012).

The World Lagomorph Conference brings together researchers on rabbits, hares, and pikas from across the world.  We welcome all presentations on the biology of wild lagomorphs, including but not limited to natural history, behavior, ecology, physiology, morphology, genetics, evolution, paleontology, disease, management, and conservation.

Patrick Kelly and Andrew Smith

 

 

Photography by Moose Peterson


Scientific Committee

Paulo C. Alves, Portugal
Christy Bragg, South Africa
Gerardo Ceballos, Mexico
Brian Cooke, Australia
Klaus Hackländer, Austria
Patrick Kelly, USA
Andrey Lissovsky, Russia
Janet Rachlow, USA
​Andrew Smith, USA

World Lagomorph Society

Lagomorph Specialist Group