Wildlife for Lunch webinar addressing Plant Identification to be held February 21
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Wildlife for Lunch webinar addressing Plant Identification to be held February 21

 

Texas Wildlife Association has teamed with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to host a series of webinars covering a wide array of wildlife and land management topics.  These FREE online webinars are held during the lunch hour (noon – 1 p.m., CST) so that anyone interested may tune in during the work day.  The webinar series provides sound, science-based wildlife management information delivered by experts to you in the comfort of your own home or office. 

 

The next webinar, “Plant Identification for the Outdoorsman, will be held on Thursday, February 21st, 2013.  This month’s expert presenter will be Ricky Linex of the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service. Being able to identify the plants that grow on your land or lease is paramount to judging the overall quality of food and cover found there.  This webinar will provide an overview of how to properly identify the plants in your area by learning the broader plant family traits, utilizing books and other resources, and field surveys with local experts.

 

How to sign on: On the day of the webinar, simply point your browser to https://texas-wildlife.webex.com and click to join the Wildlife for Lunch webinar.  (Please note: WebEx webinars are not supported on handheld devices such as iPads or iPhones.) 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.

 

If you cannot make the live webinar: Each webinar is archived and available for viewing following the initial air date at the Texas Wildlife Association website here.

 

For more information: Contact Texas Wildlife Association’s Helen Holdsworth at hholdsworth@texas-wildlife.org or 1-800-839-9453.

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