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10-19-20 | News

Burrowing Rodent Management in Urban Landscapes - On Demand Webinar

Available on Demand: October 29th

Niamh Quinn, UCANR's Human Wildlife Interactions Advisor for San Diego and Los Angeles, is the presenter of this webinar.
Niamh Quinn, Human-Wildlife Interactions Advisor, UCANR

The webinar will cover the following information:

Laws and Regs (30 minutes)
• Restricted materials and permits
• Notice of intent
• Written recommendations
• Non-production ag
• Labels
• Endangered species consideration
• Fumigation management plans

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Integrated Pest Management of gophers and ground squirrel (30 minutes)
• Biology and ID
• Pesticides
• Trapping
• Other non-lethal management tools

About the Speaker:
Niamh Quinn
Human-Wildlife Interactions Advisor
UCANR

Niamh Quinn serves UCANR as the Human-Wildlife Interactions Advisor for San Diego and Los Angeles counties. She joined UCANR in November 2014. She received her Bachelor's degree in zoology and PhD in small mammal ecology from the National University of Ireland, Galway. Following her degree programs, Niamh worked at the Institute of Integrative Biology at the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, where she studied wood mouse and bank vole populations. She moved to the Philippines to work at the International Rice Research Institute, studying rodent and weed interactions in lowland rice agro-ecosystems in the Philippines and Indonesia. She then moved to California to work at the UC ANR Kearney Agricultural and Research Extension Center, providing lead for a project aimed to develop an index to evaluate populations of roof rats in almond orchards. She has 18 publications on vertebrate pest control and has recently started to tackle the question of coyote-human interactions in Southern California.


Webinar Details:
Burrowing Rodent Management in Urban Landscapes (On Demand)
$35.00

Click here to register: https://thelandscapeexpo.regfox.com/burrowing-rodent-management

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