2013 Master Wildlifer

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January 29, 2013 - February 26, 2013 : Tuesday Evenings

7:00-8:30pm (Eastern Time)


January 29, 2013
Session 1. Foundations of Wildlife Habitat Management – Greg Yarrow, Clemson University
•    The importance of understanding what constituents quality wildlife habitat
•    Important habitat features: plant composition and structure
•    Managing to influence plant communities for wildlife

February 5, 2013
Session 2. White-tailed Deer Biology and Management – Kip Adams, Quality Deer Management Association
•    Brief overview of biology and life history
•    Habitat and population management
•    Additional resources

February 12, 2013
Session 3. Coyote and Wild Hog Management – Noel Myers, SC USDA Wildlife Services Program
•    Biology and status of coyotes and wild hogs in the Southeast
•    Management considerations for coyotes and wild hogs
•    Additional resources

February 19, 2013
Session 4. Non-Game Wildlife Conservation – Drew Lanham, Clemson University
•    Select non-game species conservation considerations
•    Protection and management
•    Additional resources

February 26, 2013
Session 5. Wild Turkey Biology and Management – Tom Hughes, National Wild Turkey Federation
•    Brief overview of biology and life history
•    Habitat and population management
•    Additional resources



The 2013 Master Wildlifer program will be delivered live through the internet. If you have high speed internet access, you can view the 2013 Master Wildlifer program in the comfort of your own home. If you don't have high speed internet, check with your local county extension office to see if they are offering a viewing site. Upon completion of your registration, you will be provided the connection information to the program.



The program fee is $100. This registration fee includes access to all 5 live sessions, recordings of each of the 5 sessions, and program materials. Individual session registration is not available for the Master Wildlifer program. 

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