Florida Chapter of The Wildlife Society
2019 Fall Meeting
September 10, 2019
The University of Central Florida
September 10, 2019 at the University of Central Florida, Orlando
Join us for a one-day workshop on uplands. Learn about the dominant upland plant communities of central Florida, typical plant and animal species within these communities, tree identification and ecology, general botanical terminology, land management techniques and responses to fire. Then head outdoors to explore the natural communities on the UCF campus and get hands-on training on community ecology. No experience necessary. Classroom session 9:30am-noon, lunch provided onsite, field portion 1-4pm.
Upland Plant Community Workshop
10 September 2019
•One-day training on Upland Plant Community Ecology and Plant ID; no experience necessary
•Morning indoor session at UCF Facilities Support Building 3991 (next to water tower) will introduce upland plant communities, common plants, tree identification, important managed wildlife species, land management techniques and fire responses
•Afternoon outdoor session will explore upland natural areas on campus, including plant ID, wildlife technique and land management demonstrations
•CEUs will be available, and this workshop can help meet the botany requirements for TWS certification (CWB or AWB)
•Class size will be limited to 25 participants to ensure intensive interaction with instructors
•Registration: $20 for professional FLTWS members, $10 student members, $25 non-members (includes parking, lunch, materials, on-campus transportation)
FLTWS 2019 Fall Meeting, September 10, 2019 at the University of Central Florida in Orlando (Facilities Support Building 3991, next to UCF Water Tower).
(Prices include workshop, parking and lunch).
Lodging is not provided. There are numerous hotels in the area that can accommodate your needs.