Phrag Fighter – Survey Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Invasive Phragmites is a large grass-like plant that is taking over Ontario's wetlands and reducing biodiversity. The plant colonizes ditches, bays and wetland pockets. It grows in such thick mats that turtles, frogs, and other animals cannot move through their native habitats. The plant is also tall, and blocks sight lines along roadsides. In the …

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Phrag Fighter – Survey Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Invasive Phragmites is a large grass-like plant that is taking over Ontario's wetlands and reducing biodiversity. The plant colonizes ditches, bays and wetland pockets. It grows in such thick mats that turtles, frogs, and other animals cannot move through their native habitats. The plant is also tall, and blocks sight lines along roadsides. In the …

Free

Phrag Fighters – Survey Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Invasive Phragmites is a large grass-like plant that is taking over Ontario's wetlands and reducing biodiversity. The plant colonizes ditches, bays and wetland pockets. It grows in such thick mats that turtles, frogs, and other animals cannot move through their native habitats. The plant is also tall, and blocks sight lines along roadsides. In the …

Free

Road Researcher Training Workshop

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Road Researchers are volunteer Turtle Guardians that monitor chosen sections of roads once a week- and record turtle observations, as well as help turtles that are nesting or crossing the roads. Road Researchers are invaluable to turtle conservation efforts in Ontario. They are the first responders and the data they collect helps us understand and …

Road Researcher Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Road Researchers are volunteer Turtle Guardians that monitor chosen sections of roads once a week- and record turtle observations, as well as help turtles that are nesting or crossing the roads. Road Researchers are invaluable to turtle conservation efforts in Ontario. They are the first responders and the data they collect helps us understand and …

Free

Road Researcher Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Road Researchers are volunteer Turtle Guardians that monitor chosen sections of roads once a week- and record turtle observations, as well as help turtles that are nesting or crossing the roads. Road Researchers are invaluable to turtle conservation efforts in Ontario. They are the first responders and the data they collect helps us understand and …

Free

Road Researcher Training Workshop

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Road Researchers are volunteer Turtle Guardians that monitor chosen sections of roads once a week- and record turtle observations, as well as help turtles that are nesting or crossing the roads. Road Researchers are invaluable to turtle conservation efforts in Ontario. They are the first responders and the data they collect helps us understand and …

Free

Turtle Nest Sitter Training (and Making Nest Protectors)

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Nesting turtles are very vulnerable to road traffic and very sensitive to disturbance. Female nesting turtles are often injured while on route to their nesting sites, and they also can be easily deterred from nesting if frightened or harassed. Then, if successfully nesting, the turtle nests are very quickly predated by small mammals that benefit …

Free

Turtle Nest Sitter Training (and Making Nest Protectors)

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Nesting turtles are very vulnerable to road traffic and very sensitive to disturbance. Female nesting turtles are often injured while on route to their nesting sites, and they also can be easily deterred from nesting if frightened or harassed. Then, if successfully nesting, the turtle nests are very quickly predated by small mammals that benefit …

Free

Phrag Fighters – Survey and Removal Training

Online Zoom Workshop Haliburton

Invasive Phragmites is a large grass-like plant that is taking over Ontario's wetlands and reducing biodiversity. The plant colonizes ditches, bays and wetland pockets. It grows in such thick mats that turtles, frogs, and other animals cannot move through their native habitats. The plant is also tall, and blocks sight lines along roadsides. In the …

Free