Full Course Fee: $695
Two Days Only: $495
Endangered and Threatened Species
If performing an environmental assessment is part of your job, you must be familiar with Endangered and Threatened (E&T) species survey techniques, habitat assessments, and regulations. Whether your focus is land development or land preservation, this program will answer all your E&T questions and help you complete an accurate assessment.
Presented by Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education in Partnership with Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey
Recently, changes were adopted to New Jersey's Threatened and Endangered Species list. These changes will be highlighted in this year's course.
May 16-18, 2012
Day One: Comprehensive Overview (Basking Ridge)
- Legislation, Sightings Reports, the Landscape Project, and Land-Use Regulations and Protocols followed by 30-minute talks on E&T species with a wide presence across New Jersey
Day Two: Northern Species (Basking Ridge)
- Highlands Regulations and 30-minute talks on Northern NJ species followed by afternoon habitat field visits in the north
Day Three: Southern Species (Tuckerton)
- Pinelands/Coastal Regulations and 30-minute talks on Southern NJ species followed by afternoon habitat field visits in the south
Complete Course Information is available here
Presenters at this course include biologists from the Endangered Species Program and Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, species experts, land use regulation professionals and other consultants who are experienced in t&e field surveys and regulations.
Pine Barrens Tree-Frog
Southern Grey Tree-Frog
Explore our online field guide that depicts over 80 species of rare wildlife in New Jersey and learn about how we are working to protect them.