Retired Prof Honoured for Wildlife Work

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A retired University of Guelph professor has received an international award for his wildlife research and contributions.

Tom Nudds, professor emeritus in the Department of Integrative Biology, received the Special Recognition Service Award from the Wildlife Society during its annual conference in Winnipeg this week. The award honours outstanding contributions in science, conservation and management.

Nudds was recognized for his research, especially in community ecology and predator movement, and for editing various scientific journals and mentoring students.

The Wildlife Society was created in 1937 and has more than 10,000 members worldwide.