Please join us this Friday for a Natural Science Seminar presentation on "Monitoring Native Deer, Elk and Moose Populations in Washington: Methods and Sampling Strategies." Dr. Scott McCorquodale, Deer and Elk Specialist, will be our guest speaker for this talk. He is the Acting Regional Wildlife Program Manager at the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife.
The talk will be held April 25th in the Science Building, Room 147, from 4:00-5:00. Refreshments will be served at 3:50.
The Natural Science Seminar Series is sponsored by the CWU Biological Sciences Department and the College of the Sciences. The series is open to all who are interested in attending these informative talks followed by lively discussion. Visitor parking permits are available to community members who would like to attend. Please contact the CWU Biological Sciences Dept. at 963-2731 by 12:00pm on the day of the seminar to make arrangements.
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