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This training provides all Northern Sierra and Northern California organizations, clubs, businesses and camps that sponsor hikes, expeditions and outdoor programs with a pool of top caliber guides and program leaders. In just a few years, this training has grown dramatically and now draws a large audience of outdoor enthusiasts and not just guides. Many of the participants attend this training to gain a deeper skill set that will keep them safe in their individual and group outdoor pursuits.
Once again, TINS will be leading a few tours at the Spring Wings Festival in Fallon, NV. Will is slated to lead the Carson Lake tour on Friday afternoon (5/18, 1:30-4:30) and the Birds of Town and Country (formerly Hot Spots) tour on Saturday morning (5/19; 7-11).
Last I heard there was one seat left on the Carson Lake tour, and four spots left on Saturday's tour.
Will Richardson will present results from TINS' White-tailed Jackrabbit study at the Lake Tahoe Basin Science Conference, as part of the Sensitive Species Ecology and Conservation Session on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. The talk is slotted from 4:00 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. in room #215.
The 6th biennial conference is themed "Environmental Restoration in a Changing Climate," and will be held May 22-24, 2012 in Incline Village, Nevada.
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