Advanced Wildlife Management on Private Lands
A Satellite Course for Private Landowners and Wildlife Enthusiasts
February 19 - March 11, 2008
Master Wildlifer II is an advanced satellite course designed for landowners, land managers, and wildlife enthusiasts who are interested in integrating wildlife considerations into their current land use and management activities. Practicing land managers will find the course invaluable in highlighting alternative management approaches for wildlife in forest and farm settings. Special emphasis is placed on wildlife (game species) that currently offer landowners additional sources of income through recreational access fees. Course participants will obtain the knowledge and necessary tools to enhance habitat for a variety of wildlife species that can be enjoyed by themselves, family and friends, and outdoor recreationists. Master Wildlifer II is an advanced, up-to-date version of the Master Wildlifer 2003 and 2005 course and incorporates the latest research and management information from the leading experts in the field of wildlife management. The registration fee will be $100.00 if received before February 5, 2008. After this date, the fee will be $125.00.
References and Resources Mentioned in Master Wildlifer 2007
Online registration for sites in South Carolina is now available. Register Online Now.
Download the Master Wildlifer II Brochure Here .
For questions and comments during the live downlink session, e-mail MW2firstname.lastname@example.org
Name of the Speakers
|February 19, 2008
||Management of Bobwhite Quail
||Dr. Wes Burger
Professor of Wildlife Mississippi State University
|February 26, 2008
||Management of White-tailed Deer
Quality Deer Management Association
|March 4, 2008
||Management of Eastern Wild Turkey
Director of Land Management Programs National Wild Turkey Federation
|March 11, 2008
||Management of Native and Planted Wildlife Foods
||Dr. Greg Yarrow
Professor of Wildlife Ecology Clemson University
Dr. Patrick McMillian Director of the Campbell Museum/Host of ETV Program Expeditions Clemson University
Marion Barnes Senior Extension Agent Clemson University
|Reference manual for the Course: Managing Wildlife
(Yarrow and Yarrow 1999, Sweetwater Press)
Master Wildlifer is a cooperative program sponsored by land-grant universities, essay writing service, federal and state agencies, private corporations, and conversation organizations in the U.S.