|Course Title||Migratory Bird Conservation - A Trust Responsibility
TUITION FEES: The Cost To Learner displayed in the Course Details is an approximate amount. Please refer to the 'Class Cost to Learner' displayed in the Class Details for the specific class session you wish to attend. NCTC Standard Tuition fees are scheduled to change beginning October 1, 2012. Additional information is available at the NCTC website.
Note: Tuition is not applicable to FWS, BLM and NPS employees.
Enacted in 1918, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) is an enduring cornerstone of the nation’s wildlife conservation laws. This course is designed to give participants a working knowledge of the legal and conservation implications of the MBTA, with special attention to the responsibilities of the Fish and Wildlife Service, through all of its programs, for migratory bird conservation.
Partnerships, resources and initiatives which address migratory bird conservation will also be discussed in detail, providing participants an excellent overview of how they can further implement migratory bird conservation.
- Understand the intent, applicability, and protections of the MBTA;
- Identify the responsibilities and challenges to the Service and other partners in implementing and enforcing the MBTA and other related bird conservation regulations;
- Discuss the existing initiatives, resources and partnerships which have been developed to address migratory bird conservation;
- Determine the applicability of certain MBTA permits or regulations under various field scenarios, and which activities require an MBTA Permit;
Biologists, natural resource professionals and law enforcement personnel responsible for implementing and administering Federal agency actions that have potential for impacting migratory birds.
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
|Course Content Contact||RICH MINNIS; Phone: 304.876.7208; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||9/18/2014 4:45:08 PM