Hosted by WVU Extension Service
Saturday October 27th, 2012
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the MeadWestvaco Natural Resources Center, WVU Research Forest
To register or for more information please contact Sheldon Owen
Come out on Saturday, October 27th from 1 to 4 pm and enjoy an afternoon discussion on furbearer ecology and trapping techniques. This course will be held at the MeadWestvaco Natural Resources Center located on the WVU Research Forest. Beginners to experts of any age are welcome to learn and practice new techniques and share their own trapping strategies. We will present on new trapping regulations, give furbearer status updates, and have field demonstrations on snaring, dog proof traps, dirt hole sets, and land and water sets with Conibear traps.
|Partners:||WVU Extension Service||WVU Division of Forestry|
|WV Division of Natural Resources||WV Trappers Association|
|ABC Humane Animal Removal||USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services|