Purdue University faculty, Extension staff and Project WILD will join together to provide educators an introduction to mammals, June 25-29, at Purdue University.
The Nature of Teaching Mammals will cover mammal species, habitat, diet, reproduction and ecology. It will feature content-rich presentations, interdisciplinary hands-on classroom activities, and a trunk of take-home resources for use in the classroom. Special field activities will include tracking, building scent stations, live trapping of small mammals, a radio telemetry demonstration, and an optional owl-calling field trip.
Participants will receive the Project WILD Terrestrial Guide. Graduate credit is available. The registration deadline is May 21.
For more information, contact Rob Chapman at email@example.com
or (812) 662-4999, or visit www.purdue.edu/nature