Alameda County Conservation Partnership: 2014 California Tiger Salamander Workshop

This spring the Alameda County Conservation Partnership, together with the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Coastal Training Program, is once again sponsoring the California Tiger Salamander Workshop 2014 for the 9th year running with presenter Christopher Searcy, Ph.D. The workshop, slated for May 6 and 7, 2014 at the Martinelli Center in Livermore, CA, will provide a comprehensive review of the species’ natural history and conservation efforts with both classroom lecture and a field training session within the Los Vaqueros watershed. Among the topics covered are species identification, natural history, habitat requirements, management practices, habitat assessments, pond designs, equipment demonstrations, larvae and egg identification, geographic distribution of native and hybrid salamander populations, project impact assessments, avoidance and minimization approaches, and survey methodology, including a training practicum in the field.

Space is limited, so act now!

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