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  1. New England Chapter of The Wildlife Society
    Annual Fall Workshop

    USFWS Region 5 Office, Hadley, Massachusetts
    300 Westgate Center Drive Hadley, MA 01035-9587
    &
    Norwottuck Fish & Game Association
    1352 West St. Amherst, MA

    Wednesday, November 2, 2011
    8:30 am – 4:00 pm

    New Technologies, Techniques, and Advances in the field of Wildlife Conservation & Management

    Agenda

    8:30 — 9:00 am Refreshments and Registration

    9:00 — 9:15 am Welcoming and Chapter Meeting

    9:15 – 9:45 am AIMS-Thermal – A Thermal And High Resolution Color Camera System Integrated With GIS For Aerial Moose and Deer Census In Northeastern Vermont
    Dr. Thomas L. Millette Professor, Dept. of Geology and Geography Director, GeoProcessing Laboratory Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley MA

    9:45 – 10:15 am Are Canine-assisted Survey Teams more Successful at Detecting Eastern Box Turtles in Natural Habitats?
    Scott Egan, Wildlife Biologist – AECOM

    10:15 – 10:30 am Break

    10:30 – 11:00 am E-ZPass For Salamanders
    Noah Charney, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, UMass Amherst

    11:00 – 11:30 am Linking Landscapes for Massachusetts Wildlife: Research Techniques
    Tim Dexter, Environmental Analyst, MassDOT Highway Division

    Integrating GPS Tracked Hunter Distribution and Movements with Deer Management at the Quabbin Reservation, Massachusetts
    Ken MacKenzie, Senior Wildlife Biologist, DCR-DWSP

    11:30 – 1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00 – 4:00 pm Training and Safe Handling of firearms and live capture equipment used by USDA – Wildlife Services. All attendees will live fire all of the firearms (including rim fire and center fire suppressed rifles; break down, pump and semi-automatic shotguns), air rifles, net launchers/guns and pyrotechnics
    Preregistration is required for the Afternoon Session (Next Page)

    The Wildlife Society Continuing Education – 3.0 Credits

    Registration will occur at the door:
    Members (Regular & Student) – Free
    Student Nonmembers – $5.00, which includes membership in the chapter
    Regular Nonmembers – $10.00, which includes membership in the chapter

    Special Registration for the Afternoon Session:
    Student Members – $5.00
    Regular Members – $15.00
    *Includes all costs All payments will be made day of workshop*

    *RSVP BY October 26, 2011*
    Tim Cozine
    Timothy.s.cozine@aphis.usda.gov
    (413)253-2403 x 2

    Directions to the USFWS, Regional Office in Hadley, MA:

    The Regional Office is on Rt. 9 in Hadley, Massachusetts at the intersection of Routes 9 and 116 North. The regional office is located behind Staples and Applebee’s. It is the large brick building set back from the intersection beyond the U-Mass Five College Federal Credit Union building.

    Directions to the Norwottuck Fish & Game Association from the USFWS, Regional Office in Hadley, MA:

    Head North on Westgate Center Drive toward MA-116 South / MA-9 East / Russell Street
    Take 1st Right onto MA-116 South / MA-9 East / Russell Street
    Turn right onto South Pleasant Street
    Continue onto MA-116 South / West Street
    Destination will be on left (3.2 miles).
    If you reach the DCR Notch Visitor Center you just missed it.

    You’ll need to bring an I.D. to the front door to enter the building

    • Due to the unforseen power outages and road closures of this past weekend’s southern New England storm, we have to postpone the fall New England Chapter of TWS workshop that was scheduled for this Wednesday at the USFWS Region 5 office in Hadley. We hope to reschedule this workshop and we will let you know as soon as we have a rescheduled date. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  2. All, We have rescheduled the New England Chapter of the Wildlife Society’s fall workshop for Wednesday, December 14, 2011 starting off at the USFWS Region 5 office in Hadley, MA. Please see the attached agenda. If you would like to participate in the afternoon firearms training portion of the workshop please contact Tim Cozine (contact info on agenda). We are asking that you sign up again with Tim, even if you had previously signed up so that we are certain that you can make the rescheduled date. Hopefully no damaging snowstorms will occur this time. We hope to see you there!

    New England Chapter of The Wildlife Society
    Annual Fall Workshop
    USFWS Region 5 Office, Hadley, Massachusetts
    300 Westgate Center Drive Hadley, MA 01035-9587
    &
    Norwottuck Fish & Game Association
    1352 West St. Amherst, MA 01002
    Wednesday, December 14, 2011
    8:30 am – 4:00 pm
    New Technologies, Techniques, and Advances in the field of Wildlife Conservation & Management

    Agenda
    8:30 — 9:00 am Refreshments and Registration
    9:00 — 9:15 am Welcoming and Chapter Meeting
    9:15 – 9:45 am AIMS-Thermal – A Thermal And High Resolution Color Camera System Integrated With GIS For Aerial Moose and Deer Census In Northeastern Vermont
    Dr. Thomas L. Millette Professor, Dept. of Geology and Geography Director, GeoProcessing Laboratory Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley MA
    9:45 – 10:15 am Are Canine-assisted Survey Teams more Successful at Detecting Eastern Box Turtles in Natural Habitats?
    Scott Egan, Wildlife Biologist – AECOM
    10:15 – 10:30 am Break
    10:30 – 11:00 am Linking Landscapes for Massachusetts Wildlife: Research Techniques
    Tim Dexter, Environmental Analyst, MassDOT Highway Division
    Integrating GPS Tracked Hunter Distribution and Movements with Deer Management at the Quabbin Reservation, Massachusetts
    Ken MacKenzie, Senior Wildlife Biologist, DCR-DWSP
    11:00 – 12:00 pm Lunch
    12:00 – 3:00 pm Training and Safe Handling of firearms and live capture equipment used by USDA – Wildlife Services. All attendees will live fire all of the firearms (including rim fire and center fire suppressed rifles; break down, pump and semi-automatic shotguns), air rifles, net launchers/guns and pyrotechnics
    Preregistration is required for the Afternoon Session (Next Page)
    The Wildlife Society Continuing Education – 3.0 Credits
    Registration will occur at the door:
    Members (Regular & Student) – Free
    Student Nonmembers – $5.00, which includes membership in the chapter
    Regular Nonmembers – $10.00, which includes membership in the chapter
    Special Registration for the Afternoon Session:
    Student Members – $5.00
    Regular Members – $15.00
    *Includes all costs All payments will be made day of workshop*
    *RSVP BY December 7, 2011*
    Tim Cozine
    Timothy.s.cozine@aphis.usda.gov
    (413)253-2403 x 2
    Directions to the USFWS, Regional Office in Hadley, MA:
    The Regional Office is on Rt. 9 in Hadley, Massachusetts at the intersection of Routes 9 and 116 North. The regional office is located behind Staples and Applebee’s. It is the large brick building set back from the intersection beyond the U-Mass Five College Federal Credit Union building.
    Directions to the Norwottuck Fish & Game Association from the USFWS, Regional Office in Hadley, MA:
    Head North on Westgate Center Drive toward MA-116 South / MA-9 East / Russell Street
    Take 1st Right onto MA-116 South / MA-9 East / Russell Street
    Turn right onto South Pleasant Street
    Continue onto MA-116 South / West Street
    Destination will be on left (3.2 miles).
    If you reach the DCR Notch Visitor Center you just missed it.
    You’ll need to bring an I.D. to the front door to enter the building

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