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Texas Wildlife Association Webinar Thursday
Texas Wildlife Association

July, 2013


Wildlife for Lunch Webinar Series


Water for Wildlife


Join TWA and Texas AgriLife Extension for the next  

Wildlife for Lunch webinar!


 Click here for the full 2013 Wildlife for Lunch Schedule!  



When:  Thursday, July 18th, 2013, from noon to 1:00 pm CST


Topic: "Water for Wildlife" Steve will be speaking on Water for Wildlife.  He will cover water requirements for select game and non game species, water benefits for wildlife, developing artificial water (guzzlers, ponds and modifying livestock water) and enhancing natural water sources (creeks, rivers and springs).


Presented by: Steve Nelle, Wildlife Biologist (retired) USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service


Where: your home or office computer


Cost: FREE!


How to sign on: Simply point your browser to on the day of the webinar and click to join the Wildlife for Lunch webinar.  (Please note: WebEx webinars are not supported on handheld devices such as iPads or iPhones.) Each web based seminar is fully interactive and allows you to engage the experts, make comments, and ask questions during the course of the presentation.


If you cannot make the live webinar: Each webinar is archived and available for viewing following the initial air date at the TWA website: 


For more information: Contact us at or 1-800-839-9453. 


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