Florida Master Naturalist Program Habitat Evaulation Course Now Open for Enrollment

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course will run from Sept. 17 to 25

Are you interested in conservation and Florida’s natural wildlife? Then consider enrolling in the Florida Master Naturalist Program’s Habitat Evaluation course! This course is designed to provide training in commonly used techniques for evaluating wildlife habitats. (National Audubon Society image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Are you interested in conservation and Florida’s natural wildlife?

Then consider enrolling in the Florida Master Naturalist Program’s Habitat Evaluation course! This course is designed to provide training in commonly used techniques for evaluating wildlife habitats.

This four-day in-person course is from September 17-25, 2021, and includes classroom instruction at the UF/IFAS Extension Office in Cocoa.

There are also hands-on activities at Turkey Creek Sanctuary and St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park.

The registration fee starts at $160 per person. Registration closes at 10 a.m. on September 10.

To register and learn more, CLICK HERE

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