Wildlife Management for Lunch Webinar Series


Every landowner interested in learning more about wildlife and habitat management should take advantage of these free classes. The Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Texas Wildlife Association are co?sponsoring lunch-based “Wildlife for Lunch” webinars every third Thursday of every month throughout 2011. It’s a fast and easy way to learn more about wildlife management and habitat management from anywhere. Wildlife for Lunch webinars provide sound, science-based wildlife management options delivered by experts to you in the comfort of your own home or office.

These webinars are an interactive way for you to participate while learning about the natural resources, whether it be waterfowl management or pond management! Each web-­?based seminar is fully interactive and allows you to engage the experts, make comments, and ask questions during the course of the presentation. ForestryWebinars.net is made possible through partnership with Texas AgriLife Extension Service, North Carolina State University Extension Forestry, and Southern Regional Extension Forestry Office.

Wildlife Management and Habitat Management Webinar

These wildlife and fisheries webinars are easy way to increase your working knowledge of your property or water bodies. All you need is a modern computer with a quality Internet connection and a bag lunch. Just point your browser to this website and click on the “Wildlife for Lunch” link in the “Upcoming Webinars” section, and follow the instructions.

The dates below show the day of a webinar and the topic. By the way, all times are Noon to 1:00 pm Central Time:

  • February 17 – Nutrition: The Pros and Cons of Supplemental Feed
  • March 24 – Waterfowl Management
  • April 21 – Aquatic Weed Control
  • May 19 – Dove Management
  • June 16 – Texas Deer Lease
  • July 21 – Riparian Management
  • August 18 – Conducting a Deer Survey
  • September 22 – Scoring Deer Using Computer Software
  • December 15 – Managing Wildlife and Nature Tourism

These “Wildlife for Lunch” webinars are a great way to begin learning and managing your property for healthy plants and animals. However, if you have not yet participated in a webinar in the past, then please go here for instructions on setting up your computer. You should do this at least 24 hours in advance of a wildlife management webinar. If you have any hardware or software issues call support at 1-­866-­388-­8674.

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