Fri, May 08|
This program will explore the intersection of humans and wildlife in the urban setting.
Time & Location
May 08, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
About the Event
Topics: Urban wildlife, wildlife research, habitat, human impacts on wildlife
Overview: This program will explore the intersection of humans and wildlife in the urban setting. Participants will see a snapshot of local wildlife research conducted by the National Park Service, primarily on bobcats, coyotes and mountain lions. The program will focus on the challenges our wildlife encounter living adjacent to the urban landscape, including loss of habitat, habitat fragmentation, wildlife use of urban neighborhoods, and the impacts of secondary poisoning on the local wildlife from the widespread use of rat poisons. The program will provide information on how to be aware and understand our local wildlife and will provide information on how people and wildlife can coexist.
Registration closes 2 hours before training start time.
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Location: Online, TBD
Instructor: Cathy Schoonmaker, National Park Service
*Must be 18 and over for this training