Domestic Cat - Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) Issues
Thursday, October 25, 2007; 9:30-4:00.
Cook College Student Center, 59 Biel Rd; Directions: http://cookcampuscenter.rutgers.edu/index.php?title=Article:Directions_to_the_Campus_Center
Cost: Free for NJTWS members and students. $15.00 per person otherwise, payable when you arrive.
Lunch will be on your own at the Student Center.
Chapter business meeting
Evan Madlinger, NJTWS President
Impacts of feral cats on wildlife with emphasis on birds.
Grant Ellis, Conservation Advocacy Programs Officer, American Bird Conservancy
Implications of feral cats and TNR under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Endangered Species Act
To be determined, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Experiences with feral cat management in New Jersey and TNR in the state's Wildlife Action Plan.
Dave Jenkins, Chief, NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife, Endangered and Nongame Species
Road map for reducing unintended ecological consequences: using critical habitat mapping to aid in management of TNR colonies
Eric Stiles, Vice President for Conservation and Stewardship, NJ Audubon Society
TNR: What it is and what it is not from a cat advocate's perspective
Bryan Kortis, Executive Director, Neighborhood Cats.
Moderated Panel Discussion regarding Trap-Neuter-Release issues.
Joseph B Paulin
Program Associate, Wildlife Management
Rutgers Cooperative Extension
Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution
Rutgers the State University of New Jersey
80 Nichol Avenue
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
Tel: 732-932-1509 x 12