April 14th, 2018
12:00pm - 4:00pm
$30.00 per person
Dane County UW-Extension and the UW Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology are pleased to offer an Urban Wildlife Workshop. The educational program is designed for individuals who wish to create, enhance and maintain urban wildlife habitat and assist others in doing so. The program consists of an evening workshop held on Saturday, April 14, 2018 (12-4 p.m.) at the UW Arboretum auditorium.
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
Registration: Space is limited to first 30 registrants. Registration deadline is April 9th. Register online at https://tinyurl.com/UrbanWildlife2018 or mail a check made payable to “Dane County Treasurer” to Urban Wildlife Project, Dane County UWEX, 5201 Fen Oak Drive Rm 138, Madison WI 53718. Please include your home address, phone number and email with payment. Registrations completed online or postmarked after April 9th will need to add a $10 late fee. Registration will include 4 hours of in-class training, resource materials and refreshments. Financial assistance available upon request.
Brought to you by: UW Extension, Dane County UW-Extension, and the Dept. of Forest & Wildlife Ecology at UW-Madison.
UW Arboretum auditorium
207 Seminole Highway, Madison