Arizona chapter hosting workshop for students and young professionals

Researchers conduct mist netting bat surveys in Kaibab National Forest. ©Dyan Bone/U.S. Forest Service

This update originally appears in the Arizona Chapter of The Wildlife Society’s Winter 2020 newsletter.

The Arizona Chapter of The Wildlife Society is hosting a wildlife techniques workshop April 18, 2020 at Horseshoe Ranch in Arizona.

The workshop will include bat mist netting, capture techniques, darting, radiotelemetry and more.

The workshop is open to students and young professionals. Other members of the Arizona Chapter who would like to attend will be placed on a waiting list for any leftover spots. Space is limited to 60 people.

Workshop registration is free, but a $6 annual membership payment with the Arizona Chapter is requested. RSVP by April 10, 2020. To reserve your spot contact Holly Hicks at 623-236-7499 or hhicks@azgfd.gov. More information is included on page 14 of the chapter’s Winter 2020 newsletter.


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