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  • Pollinator Species of Conservation Concern: Webinar Sessions 3, 4, and 5

    Welcome to Pollinator Species of Conservation Concern.

    This series is presented by Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever, in partnership with USDA-NRCS’s Working Lands for Wildlife.

    The course contents are visible without logging in. However, you will need to be logged in (if you are already registered) or register here on the Landscape Partnership Learning Network in order to:

    • Enroll in the course and take the optional quiz (required for the Certificate of Completion)
    • Receive your Certificate of Completion
    • Create and update your Profile
    • Access your Dashboard

    Pollinator Species of Conservation Concern will cover Sessions 3, 4, and 5 of the WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series:

    • Session 3: Bumblebees in the Southeast. Topics covered include bumble bee life history, conservation threats & status, species found in the southeast, management considerations and plants for supporting bumble bees.
    • Session 4: Monarch in the Southeast. Topics covered include Monarch life history, conservation threats & status, management considerations and Southeast region plants species that support Monarchs.
    • Session 5: SWAP & Listed Species in the Southeast. Topics covered include an overview of a selection of State Wildlife Action Plan SGCNs and federal/state listed pollinator species. Conservation planning strategies for planners and biologists.

    This course will take approximately two hours and 25 minutes to complete, including the optional quiz.

  • Meet Your Presenters

    Presenter photo of Celia Vuocolo

    Celia Vuocolo
    Working Lands for Wildlife Pollinator Coordinator
    Southeast Region


    Dr Ray Moranz

    Dr. Ray Moranz
    Grazing Lands Pollinator Ecologist for the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

  • Session 3: Bumble Bees in the Southeast

  • Session 4: Monarch in the Southeast

  • Session 5: SWAP & Listed Species in the Southeast

  • Quiz

    • This quiz is optional. However, if you wish to receive the Certificate of Completion for Pollinator Species of Conservation Concern, you will need to take the quiz and receive a passing grade (70%). You have two chances to pass the quiz.

      You must be logged in and enrolled to take the quiz. 

  • Certificate of Completion

    Certificate ThumbnailOnce you have received a passing grade on the quiz for this course, you can download the Certificate of Completion. The Certificate will display the name you used to create your account.

    You must be logged in to access the certificate.

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