Habitat Connectivity: Applying the Science Webinar
June 17 - Learn how researchers at WWHCWG are using data from connectivity analyses to study and conserve wildlife!
Jun 17, 2013
from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
|Contact Name||Jen Watkins|
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The Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group, which we are a member of, has launched a series of webinars featuring how partners in the Working Group are putting the scientific products we've generated to work.
Webinars take place the third Monday of the month at 10am.
At this webinar, Bill Gaines from the Washington Conservation Science Institute presents, “Addressing Habitat Connectivity in Northeast Washington Forest Plan Revisions.”
The presentation will focus on how habitat connectivity science is being integrated into the Okanogan-Wenatchee and Colville National Forest Plan revisions that are underway. These forest plan revisions cover over 5 million acres in eastern Washington, which provides valuable habitat for wildlife ranging from mule deer to lynx. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A with the presenter.
After the webinar, learn more about what we do to connect habitat including on these two national forests.