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2014 Summer Natural History Workshops at the University of

Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station


Our workshops offer an opportunity to study focused topics at college-level

instruction under the guidance of noted authorities. We offer two-day and

week-long workshops, and housing and meals are available at the Station.

Enrollment is limited to 20, the atmosphere is informal and instruction is

individualized. We have a full schedule for Summer and Fall 2014.


Field Herpetology: Identification of Wisconsin Amphibians and Reptiles

Instructor: Dr. Josh Kapfer

May 30 & 31 (Friday & Saturday). June 1 (Sunday) is optional


Sedges: Identification and Ecology

Instructor: Dr. Anton Reznicek

June 6 & 7 (Friday & Saturday)


Birds of Southern Wisconsin

Instructors: William Mueller, Dr. Owen Boyle, and Tim Vargo

June 10 - June 14 (Tuesday - Saturday)


Vegetation of Wisconsin

Instructor: Dr. James Reinartz

June 16 - 21 (Monday - Saturday)


Methods for Description of Vegetation

Instructor: Dr. James Reinartz

July 14 - 19 (Monday - Saturday)


Dragonflies and Damselflies: Identification and Ecology

Instructor: Robert DuBois

August 2-3 (Saturday & Sunday)


Plant - Insect Interactions: Ecology and Evolution

Instructors: Dr. Gretchen Meyer and Robert Clare

Aug 8 & 9 (Friday & Saturday)


Mushrooms and other Fleshy Fungi: Identification and Ecology

Instructor: Dr. Alan Parker

September 27 & 28 (Saturday & Sunday)



All of our workshops are available for continuing education credits, and

some of our workshops may be taken for graduate or undergraduate credit by

enrolling in UWM, Topics in Field Biology. Fees vary. Please contact the

Field Station for more information, or visit our website at

http://www4.uwm.edu/fieldstation/workshops/ for full descriptions of each

course and fee information. You can register online at our website, by

phone, or by mail.

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