Sep 13, 2024 - September 13, 2024(9am - 5pm)

Introduction to Recognizing and Improving Wildlife Habitat

Taught by: Matt Tarr

This day-long workshop will provide a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the basic skills necessary to: recognize important wildlife habitat components on your land, understand how different habitat features are used by specific wildlife species, and understand what you can do on your land to create & enhance habitat opportunities for wildlife.

This workshop will not be held in the rain. Students will be notified the evening prior to the event if it must be cancelled for bad weather. The scheduled rain date is September 27th.

Skills and Techniques:

  • How to identify common tree & shrub species and how each functions as habitat for wildlife
  • How to recognize common components of wildlife habitat and how each functions as habitat for specific wildlife species
  • How to improve habitat on your land in a manner that attracts wildlife to your land while enhancing the habitat value of your neighborhood.

 

Materials Fee: none

Special Tools or Equipment: Clothing & Footwear appropriate to walk in the woods off-trail and through tall grass. Insect & tick repellent. Binoculars.

Please be sure to read our policies before you register for a workshop which can be found here Workshop Policies

Workshop Fee: $25.00

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Housing inventory is low. Please email karen@sanbornmills.org for availability.
(please choose all meals if you are staying on campus.)
We ask students to purchase a meal plan. Our chef can accommodate most dietary needs so please note any restrictions you want us to be aware of on the checkout page.
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