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2017 Urban Wildlife Project Workshop

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University of Wisconsin Arboretum Auditorium

1207 Seminole Highway

Madison, WI 53711

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A three-day workshop for individuals who wish to create, enhance and maintain urban wildlife habitat and assist others in doing so. Registration is limited to the first 30 people.

Workshop dates and times are: Wednesday evenings, September 13th and September 20th from 6pm to 9pm (classroom sessions;) and Saturday, September 30th from 1-5pm (local walking tour.) Registrants must plan to attend all three dates.

Who should attend? Individuals who wish to create, enhance and maintain urban wildlife habitat and assist others in doing so.

What will you learn? Urban wildlife trends land use changes and wildlife response urban wildlife identification practices to create, enhance and maintain urban wildlife habitat living with wildlife: positives and negatives ● how to develop a wildlife management plan

Brought to you by: UW Extension, Dane County UW-Extension, and the Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology at UW-Madison.

Cost: $50 per person. This includes six hours of in-class training and a local four-hour walking tour, resource materials and refreshments. Scholarships generously provided by Erik Knepp; please contact Mindy Habecker at 608-224-3718 or Habecker@countyofdane.com


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