Fri, Aug 20 | Pike Road Founders Station

Trail Cams & Nature Photography Ag & Stewardship Workshop

Should you be using a trail camera? Find out how trail cams can be powerful wildlife management tools - and how to use them - at our Aug. 20 workshop! We'll also cover the basics of nature photography and how you can capture the beauty of our natural resources.
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Trail Cams & Nature Photography Ag & Stewardship Workshop

Time & Location

Aug 20, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Pike Road Founders Station, 4902 Pike Road, Pike Road, Alabama 36064, USA

About the Event

Should you be using a trail camera? Find out how trail cams can be powerful wildlife management tools - and how to use them - at our Aug. 20 Ag & Stewardship workshop! We'll also cover the basics of nature photography and how you can capture the beauty of our natural resources.

Associate Extension Professor Davide Cline, School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences; and Regional Extension Agent Lynn Dickinson, Forestry, Wildlife, & Natural Resources will lead the workshop, which will be held from 4 - 6 p.m. on August 20, 2021. Learn with us in-person or via LIVE webinar!

Technology and nature intersect in this Ag & Stewardship workshop. We'll cover topics including:

  • Benefits of using trail cameras to assess wildlife on property
  • Basics of trail camera setup & placement
  • Nature photography for beginners

This is a free event, but in-person attendance is limited, and registration is required. Please click the following link to register now: https://conta.cc/3iyt3uc

Trail Cameras & Nature Photography is the August installation of the 2021 Agriculture & Stewardship Seminar Series. This event is presented in partnership by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and the Town of Pike Road's Ag & Stewardship Club, an ENHANCE initiative committee.