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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station Summer and Fall Natural History Workshops

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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station offers natural history
workshops that provide
college-level instruction on focused topics under the guidance of experts.
We offer one-day, 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 are offering 9 classes for summer and fall 2016.

Invasive Plant Management Techniques
    May 21 (Saturday)

Field Herpetology: Identification of Wisconsin Amphibians and Reptiles
    June 3 & 4 (Friday & Saturday). June 5 (Sunday) is optional

Sedges: Identification and Ecology (waitlist only)
    June 10 & 11 (Friday & Saturday)

Vegetation of Wisconsin
    June 13 - 18 (Monday - Saturday)

Wetland Delineation
    July 8 & 9 (Friday & Saturday)

Forest Communities of Southeastern Wisconsin
    July 29 & 30 (Friday & Saturday)

Wetland Hydrology
    August 5 & 6 (Friday & Saturday)

Unraveling the Mysteries of Bird Migration
    September 16 & 17 (Friday & Saturday)
Creative Writing About the Natural World
    October 14 & 15 (Friday & Saturday)
All of our workshops can be taken for continuing education credits, and some
are available for college
credit. All classes are offered at the main Field Station property in
Saukville, WI, just north of
Milwaukee. Please visit our website
(http://www4.uwm.edu/fieldstation/workshops/) for information
on credit, class descriptions, and fee information, or contact us with
questions (262-675-6844,

UWM Field Station
3095 Blue Goose Road
Saukville, WI 53080
(262) 675-6844 | fieldstn@uwm.edu

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