Does seeing a snake make you nervous? Would you like to be more confident about identifying venomous snakes in our area? Do you want to know more about how to discourage (or encourage!) snakes in your yard? This is the presentation for you! Join the South Wake Conservationists as they welcome Bonnie Eamick for a … More Reminder! Snakes 101 Presentation on June 1st
Attend in person or online Pre-registration is not required. In-person: Cumberland County Extension Center (301 East Mountain Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28306) Online: Carolina Sportsman Magazine will stream the event through Facebook Live and it will also be shared on the Wildlife Commission’s Facebook page. For more information on CWD, visit ncwildlife.org/CWD Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), an always fatal disease … More KNOW CWD public forum – May 16th 6:30 – 8:30pm
Does seeing a snake make you nervous? Would you like to be more confident about identifying venomous snakes in our area? Do you want to know more about how to discourage (or encourage!) snakes in your yard? This is the presentation for you! Join the South Wake Conservationists as they welcome Bonnie Eamick for a … More Did Someone Say Snake?!
Have you ever wondered what it takes to conserve some of the world’s rarest birds? Did you know that the Sylvan Heights Bird Park is the largest bird park in North America? Find out more this Thursday, May 4th at 7PM as the South Wake Conservationists welcome Dustin Foote for an online presentation. Dustin is … More See birds in a whole new way!
Please join us on Thursday evening, May 4, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. for a stimulating webinar regarding the conservation of endangered birds! The Sylvan Heights Bird Park (SHBP), located in Scotland Neck, NC, is one of the world’s premier breeding facilities of endangered bird species. Dr. Dustin Foote, SHBP’s Director of Aviculture, will discuss the … More Let’s Learn About the Great Things Happening at the Sylvan Heights Bird Park!
Luke Bennett, current Conservation Coordinator for the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, completed both the Mountains-to-Sea Trail in 2022 and the Appalachian Trail in 2021. He will join us to share stories, pictures and lessons learned from his adventures and highlight the importance of connecting with nature through both outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship. The Mountains-to-Sea … More Mar. 9: “Hiking for Habitat: Lessons from the Trail and the Importance of Environmental Stewardship”
CANCELLED IN LIEU OF RAPIDLY EVOLVING DEVELOPMENTS ON THIS TOPIC – ADDITIONAL INFO FORTHCOMING SEPARATELY FROM NCWF WATCH FOR A NEW PROGRAM ON “Hiking for Habitat: Lessons from the trail and the importance of environmental stewardship” ON MARCH 9 Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is an incurable, fatal disease that affects cervids, including our white-tailed deer … More March 2: “Chronic Wasting Disease and Its Impact on the Deer Population”
Please join us on Thursday, October 6 at 7:00 PM to get a fresh perspective of how conservation has merged and evolved in the United States and North America. How much progress have we made so far? What has worked, what hasn’t? Dr. Robert Brown will take us through an exploration of the similarities and … More Learn about “The History of Conservation in the United States” with Dr. Bob Brown
Fighting to protect wildlife and the natural environment . . . Join us for this special webinar to learn about the important work the Southern Environmental Law Center is doing across the southern United States. The Southern Environmental Law Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with more than 35 years of experience taking on the toughest … More Webinar w/ the Southern Environmental Law Center – Aug. 4 at 7 PM
This month, we are featuring a focus on amphibians, with guest speaker Rebecca Skiba, Coastal Regional Education Specialist, NC Wildlife Resources Commission. All are welcome to come to our online chapter meeting on Thursday, June 2 at 7:00 PM. Learn about the diversity of frog, toad and salamander species in our great state, as well … More Join our June 2 Meeting: ” North Carolina’s Amazing Amphibians!”