Past Events

Past Events

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2007

  • Wildlife and Invasive Plants: Finding Common Ground to Protect Ecological Diversity
    A day and a half joint symposium sponsored by California Invasive Plant Council and The Western Section of The Wildlife Society
    Continuing education credits=10.0 hrs;
    Professional Development credit=10.0 hrs
    Panel Topics: Impacts of Invasive Plants on Wildlife, Wildlife Using and Dispersing Invasive Plants, Balancing Invasive Plant Control with Protecting Wildlife, Balancing Chemical Treatment of Invasive Plants with Wildlife Protection.
    A selection of presentations and posters:

  • 2007 Annual Conference: Plenary Theme: “Thinking Like a Mountain”:Wildlife Management and Conservation at a Landscape Level
    The 2007 Annual Conference was another success with over 500 members attending the three day conference in Monterey California. Technical sessions included: Energy Development and Wildlife, Implementation of Regional Conservation Plans, Ecosystem Function, Connectivity, and Restoration, Wildlife and Oak Woodlands, Wildlife in Managed Forests, Plenary Session, and Ecology and Management sessions on bats and small mammals, canids, landbirds and seabirds, carnivores, and amphibians and reptiles. The Annual Banquet held the 2006-2007 Awards Ceremony, featured a short documentary on snowy plovers, presented the raffle and silent auction winners, and provided entertainment and socializing. Additional conference activities included a career fair and student/professional lunch, poster session, resume workshop, and Saturday field trip opportunities.

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Other Past Workshops

  • Bird Specimen Preparation Techniques
  • Mesocarnivore Genetics Workshop
  • Blunt-nosed leopard lizard Workshop
  • Diseases of California Wildlife Workshop
  • Ecology and Identification of Sensitive Amphibians and Reptiles of Southern California
  • Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests
  • GPS
  • Population Viability Analysis
  • Vernal Pool Ecology
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