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Peter Williams <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 26 Apr 1996 09:50:32 -0400 (EDT)
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HI folks, just wanted to remind you of the workshop on the Wetland 
Habitat Function of Wetlands tomorrow at the Hauke Building at 
Champlain College.  We  have a wide array of wildlife related 
wetland issues covered in the morning and 
the field trip planned in the afternoon should be interesting as we 
will be able to tour some of the wetland areas of Sandbar Wildlife 
Refuge that are normally off-limits to the public.  You can attend 
the conference for free by joining the VWA for $5 at the conference, 
and help support our efforts to educate the public about the value of 
wetlands. Hope you can make it!  Please see the attatched schedule of 
events.  Peter Williams, [log in to unmask]
The Vermont Wetlands Association Annual Meeting

The Wildlife Habitat 
Function of Wetlands

Saturday, April 27, 1996
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Multi-Media Conference Room, Hauke Building, 
Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont.

8:30	a.m.	Registration
9:00 	Welcome - Carl Pagel, Chair, VWA
9:15 	The Importance of Vermont Wetlands for Wildlife - Tom Myers, VT 
	Fish and Wildlife Department
9:40	Wetland Usage by Mammals - Susan Morse, Wildlife Tracker, founder 
	of “Keeping Track”
10:05 	Use of Wetlands by Reptiles and Amphibians / A New Statewide Atlas
	 - Jim Andrews, Middlebury College
10:30	Break
10:45	Bird Use of Wetland Habitats in the Champlain Valley - Peter 
	Williams, University of Vermont
11:10	WEThings: Wetland Habitat Indicators for Nongame Species - A 
	Computer Approach - Peter Keibel, Vt Dept. Conserv.
11:35	Vernal Pools as Wildlife Habitat - Jeff Meyers, graduate of UVM’'s  
	Field Naturalist Program
12:00 p.m. 	Business/Membership Meeting 
12:30 		Lunch on your own
1:30 - 4:00	Field trip: Sandbar Wildlife Management Area - meet in 
		Hauke Ctr. Parking Lot


	











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