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Bat Talk and Walk

Various Days, June to September 2015 — Bat Talk and Walk at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, 45211 County Road 32B, Davis (95618). Following a 45-minute indoor presentation on bat natural history and viewing live bats, participants will carpool to

batwalk

Bat Talk and Walk

Various Days, June to September 2015 — Bat Talk and Walk at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, 45211 County Road 32B, Davis (95618). Following a 45-minute indoor presentation on bat natural history and viewing live bats, participants will carpool to

North Central Region Fisheries Biologists Educate and Assess Putah Creek Health

Recently North Central Region biologists participated in ” Field Days in the Creek”, an educational event in Lake County.  Fisheries Biologist Ben Ewing, with help from Juan Torres and Lanette Richardson, demonstrated backpack electrofishing to 4th grade students.  The Middletown

North Central Region Fisheries Biologists Educate and Assess Putah Creek Health

Recently North Central Region biologists participated in ” Field Days in the Creek”, an educational event in Lake County.  Fisheries Biologist Ben Ewing, with help from Juan Torres and Lanette Richardson, demonstrated backpack electrofishing to 4th grade students.  The Middletown

Welcome Joanie Cahill as the New Wildlife Interpreter II for the Interpretive Services Program

Please welcome Joanie Cahill, who transfers over to our HQ this week from CA State Parks.  Joanie has had great and diverse experiences at several state parks and at their HQ.  She has approx. 20 years of experience on many

Welcome Joanie Cahill as the New Wildlife Interpreter II for the Interpretive Services Program

Please welcome Joanie Cahill, who transfers over to our HQ this week from CA State Parks.  Joanie has had great and diverse experiences at several state parks and at their HQ.  She has approx. 20 years of experience on many

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Congratulation’s to Amy Kennedy for Promoting into the Habitat Conservation Senior Environmental Scientist (Specialist) Position

Hi All, It is with great pleasure that I am able to announce that Amy Kennedy will be transferring into the HabCon’s vacant Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist position starting June 1, 2015.  Please congratulate Amy on her new endeavors as a

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Congratulation’s to Amy Kennedy for Promoting into the Habitat Conservation Senior Environmental Scientist (Specialist) Position

Hi All, It is with great pleasure that I am able to announce that Amy Kennedy will be transferring into the HabCon’s vacant Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist position starting June 1, 2015.  Please congratulate Amy on her new endeavors as a

Project Review and Mitigation of Oil and Gas Operations Webinar

Project Review and Mitigation of Oil and Gas Operations Webinar The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies have partnered to provide a series of training webinars and web broadcasts about oil and gas operations. The webinars

Project Review and Mitigation of Oil and Gas Operations Webinar

Project Review and Mitigation of Oil and Gas Operations Webinar The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies have partnered to provide a series of training webinars and web broadcasts about oil and gas operations. The webinars

Regional Manager Message and News Release: Diverse Coalition Negotiating Historic Venture to Reintroduce Salmon to Sierra.

I want to acknowledge and congratulate the significant efforts of NCR staff and headquarters staff who have been involved over the last 4 years in the evaluation and negotiations preceding this historic event.  MaryLisa Lynch, Katherine Hill, Beth Lawson, Colin

Regional Manager Message and News Release: Diverse Coalition Negotiating Historic Venture to Reintroduce Salmon to Sierra.

I want to acknowledge and congratulate the significant efforts of NCR staff and headquarters staff who have been involved over the last 4 years in the evaluation and negotiations preceding this historic event.  MaryLisa Lynch, Katherine Hill, Beth Lawson, Colin

RIPARIAN VEGETATION: Individual Plant Species’ Adaptations to River Processes.

The following workshop from FRIENDS OF THE CHICO STATE HERBARIUM is now open for registration. RIPARIAN VEGETATION: Individual Plant Species’ Adaptations to River Processes. June 13, 2015, Saturday, 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m., in the field. Led by Tom Griggs. For details,

RIPARIAN VEGETATION: Individual Plant Species’ Adaptations to River Processes.

The following workshop from FRIENDS OF THE CHICO STATE HERBARIUM is now open for registration. RIPARIAN VEGETATION: Individual Plant Species’ Adaptations to River Processes. June 13, 2015, Saturday, 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m., in the field. Led by Tom Griggs. For details,

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NCR Regional All Staff Cross Training Opportunity

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) staff had the opportunity to go to North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve in Butte County to do some cross training with North Central Regions Interpretive Services staff. The naturalist-led tour included a two

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NCR Regional All Staff Cross Training Opportunity

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) staff had the opportunity to go to North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve in Butte County to do some cross training with North Central Regions Interpretive Services staff. The naturalist-led tour included a two

Trivia Winner and New Question

Congratulations to Terry Weist, who was the first to correctly guess the trivia answer of Mountain Lion. Many of you got the correct answer, including Laura Drath, Brian Gangler, Kevin Thomas, Jeanine Phillips, Nicki Enriquez, Ryan Sutliff and Nicole Macha.

Trivia Winner and New Question

Congratulations to Terry Weist, who was the first to correctly guess the trivia answer of Mountain Lion. Many of you got the correct answer, including Laura Drath, Brian Gangler, Kevin Thomas, Jeanine Phillips, Nicki Enriquez, Ryan Sutliff and Nicole Macha.

Trivia question; Winner and new question.

Congratulations to Stacy Anderson, who single handedly got the correct trivia answer of Oroville Wildlife Area. It’s the largest Wildlife Area entirely within Region 2 at about 11,859 acres. Other guesses included Hallelujah Junction WA, which is larger (about 13,355

Trivia question; Winner and new question.

Congratulations to Stacy Anderson, who single handedly got the correct trivia answer of Oroville Wildlife Area. It’s the largest Wildlife Area entirely within Region 2 at about 11,859 acres. Other guesses included Hallelujah Junction WA, which is larger (about 13,355