Webinar: Jones Center at Ichauway – Nov. 10th

You are invited to attend our latest Live Webinar sponsored by: The Jones Center at Ichauway. Title: How Both Short and Long Term Wildlife Research can Inform Management What will you learn?Long term research plays an invaluable role in informing natural resource management, particularly for long-lived wildlife species. However, short term and even opportunistic research … Continue reading Webinar: Jones Center at Ichauway – Nov. 10th

ADV: Adult Painting – Oct. 26th, Nov. 23rd, Dec. 21st

Dodge Nature Center is now offering hour-long virtual painting program for adults, filled with painting instruction and educational clips featuring a different subject in nature every month. As with nature journaling, painting instruction increases observational skills and expands ways of thinking about and seeing the natural world. The class is taught by two naturalists who … Continue reading ADV: Adult Painting – Oct. 26th, Nov. 23rd, Dec. 21st

ADV/VOL: Advocacy Training Program for Water Monitors

The MPCA is partnering with U of M Extension to offer an advocacy training program for Citizen Lake and Stream Monitors - and it starts next week! Online modules will take place October 26 - November 20, with final activity: December 1, 2 and 3 from 10-noon via Zoom. There are only a few days … Continue reading ADV/VOL: Advocacy Training Program for Water Monitors

Webinar – Virtual book launch with Dr. Dave Mech – Oct. 27th

Wolf Island: Discovering the Secrets of a Mythical Animal October 27, 5:00 p.m. CT   In the late 1940s, a few wolves crossed the ice of Lake Superior to the island wilderness of Isle Royale, creating a perfect “laboratory” for a long-term study of predators and prey. As the wolves hunted and killed the island’s moose, … Continue reading Webinar – Virtual book launch with Dr. Dave Mech – Oct. 27th

ADV: World Fish Migration Day – Oct. 22nd

Do you value our rivers and waters in North America? Learn from leaders in the field of river restoration and fish passage from across North America including Plymouth town leaders, The Nature Conservancy, NOAA Fisheries, and the World Fish Migration Foundation as North America celebrates World Fish Migration Day with a free, two-part webinar on … Continue reading ADV: World Fish Migration Day – Oct. 22nd

ZOOM Meeting: Exploring Bats of the Midwest – Oct. 27th

Exploring Bats of the Midwest Researcher/Professor from Iowa - Russ Benedict has graciously offered to give a presentation about bats on October 27 at 7 pm via Zoom. How well do you know the bats of the Midwest? Let’s put your knowledge to the test:  How many species of bats are there in Minnesota?  Which are … Continue reading ZOOM Meeting: Exploring Bats of the Midwest – Oct. 27th

Webinar: Bell Museum – Nature Obscura – Oct. 27th

Nature Obscura, A Conversation with Naturalist and Author, Kelly Brenner With wonder and a sense of humor, Nature Obscura author Kelly Brenner aims to help us rediscover our connection to the natural world that is just outside our front door—we just need to know where to look. Through photographs, stories, and conversation, Kelly will introduce us to … Continue reading Webinar: Bell Museum – Nature Obscura – Oct. 27th

ADV/VOL: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Firearm deer hunting season is quickly approaching and we are continuing the Offal Wildlife Watching Project for a third season! We are quickly going through images from the past two years and will be able to provide some preliminary results to you in the next couple of weeks.  In the meantime, we would like to invite you … Continue reading ADV/VOL: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 28th

Upcoming course: tree and plant identification for mesic hardwoods One of Minnesota's most common plant communities is the mesic hardwood system. Learn how to identify common trees and plants in this community by attending our newest tree and plant identification course. An online course opens later this week and a Zoom session is scheduled with … Continue reading Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 28th

Conservation Sciences Seminars: Oct. 23rd and Oct. 30th

October 23, 2020 at 12:00-1:00pm CST For more information about other topics in the Conservation Science Seminar Series, please visit: CSSS Engaging with anti-racism work in higher educationJody Gray, UMN College of Food Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences, Office of Diversity and Inclusionhttps://umn.zoom.us/j/96625680461 October 30, 2020 at 12:00-1:00pm CST The Archaeobiology of Bears and Bear … Continue reading Conservation Sciences Seminars: Oct. 23rd and Oct. 30th

Webinar-AIS: Boater Data & Invasive Mussels – Oct. 28th

Using Boater Data to Inform Risk ModelsInvasive Mussel Collaborative WebinarWednesday, October 28th; 10-11:30 amThe Invasive Mussel Collaborative is hosting a webinar to discuss the development of invasive mussel risk models informed by watercraft inspection and boater movement data. This webinar will feature the ARMOR model, built in New York to streamline the process of boat … Continue reading Webinar-AIS: Boater Data & Invasive Mussels – Oct. 28th

Webinar-AIS: eDNA Colletin and Concentration – Oct. 28th

A novel technology for eDNA collection and concentrationAIS Detectors Webinar SeriesWednesday, October 28th; 1-2 pmAssessing species presence and distribution is one of the most critical steps in the study of biodiversity. This is also necessary to monitor invasive species that can adversely impact the ecosystem and the economy. Early detection of aquatic invasive species is … Continue reading Webinar-AIS: eDNA Colletin and Concentration – Oct. 28th