Fwd: Advanced Project WILD Natural History Workshop
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Advanced Project WILD Natural History Workshop Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2011 21:12:15 +0000 From: Welch, Colleen E., DGF <colleen.welch@...> To: ecoed@... <ecoed@...>
Colleen Welch, Co-Coordinator
Project WILD/Aquatic Resources Education
NM Department of Game and Fish
PO Box 25112
Santa Fe, NM 87504
(505) 476-8119; fax (505) 476-8116
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." Henry David Thoreau
From: Holladay, Kevin W., DGF
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2011 3:11 PM
To: Welch, Colleen E., DGF
Subject: please send this one instead
What: Professional development for teachers in the beautiful, diverse White Mountains at 9,000 feet. Learn about Wild Turkeys and citizen science field techniques to meet NM Academic Content Standards and Benchmarks.
Besides seeking out Wild Turkeys at their roost sites in ponderosa pine groves we will also take part in and learn about:
o Herp search: rock-flipping and lizard noosing
o Small-mammal trapping
o Bird mist-netting and banding
o Bug-lighting for insects at night
o Classroom activities using Project WILD and science notebooks
o Integrate science, math and language arts. Receive classroom resources and prizes.
Cost: Free, no food provided.
When: Friday evening 6:00 pm to Sunday 12 noon, July 22-24, 2011
Where: Oak Grove Campground, White Mountains, Lincoln National Forest . Car-camping/tent camping. Vault toilets, tables, grilles. No RV’s over 18 feet
Instructors: Kevin Holladay and Mark Madsen, NM Game and Fish-Project WILD, Larry Cordova, Lincoln National Forest biologist, Scott Lerich, National Wild Turkey Federation biologist
Pre-Registration Required: Kevin Holladay, 505-476-8095, kevin.holladay@...
Kevin W. Holladay
Project WILD Coordinator/Aquatic Resource Education
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
1 Wildlife Way
Santa Fe, NM 87507
(505) 476-8116 fax