Wild Life Area aerial view

Wildlife Area

The Wildlife Area is in the Central Till Plain in Tippecanoe county. It contains a total of 159 acres with about 8 acres of forest. The site contains the only large wetland in the Indian Pine Natural Resource Field Station. Due to its close proximity to campus, the Wildlife Area is a valuable field laboratory used in undergraduate and graduate teaching. Address: 8000 Indiana 26, West Lafayette, IN 47906

Research

  • Wildlife Habitat and Nutrition
  • Population Dynamics
  • Wetlands restoration
  • Occurrence and Abundance of Acorn Weevils in Fragmented Landscapes
  • Effects of Landscape Pattern on Animal-mediated Acorn Dispersal and Seedling Recruitment

Property Manager

Brian Beheler
Phone: 765-583-3507 
Fax: 765-583-3512 
Email: behelerb@purdue.edu
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Forestry and Natural Resources, 715 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2061 USA, (765) 494-3590

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