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Vol. 2 | No. 2 | June 2009   


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JUNE 25, 2009 
Teaming with Wildlife is a coalition of people and organizations working to prevent wildlife from becoming further endangered. Climate Change will only add to the risks already confronting our native species. It will require an unprecedented effort, by all stakeholders, to tackle what many are calling “the issue of our generation.”
Due to overwhelming interest in the Teaming with Wildlife workshop, we have decided to re-schedule a portion of the workshop's activities in early September when more people will be able to attend.  We may consider an alternative location as well to ensure the greatest attendance possible.
We are STILL on for June 25th with an abbreviated however still incredibly important meeting. We hope you will join us for both events.
If you have already rsvp'd for June 25th please look at this revised agenda to be sure it meets your expectations. If you have not already indicated your plans to attend please let Jay Liles know by June 22 at .
Thank you again for your interest.
Florida Wildlife Federation and the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission
What:  Teaming with Wildlife Meeting on Adaptation to Climate Change
Where:  Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy, 13093 Henry Beadel Dr., Tallahassee, FL
When:  Thursday June 25, 2009
9:00 am – 2:00 pm (breakfast and lunch served)
RSVP for the Teaming with Wildlife Meeting by email reply to or by calling Jay Liles at (850) 656-7113 no later than June 22, 2009. Seating is limited so please make your plans to attend now!
Meeting Focus:
At this meeting we will discuss the latest on climate and energy legislation currently before Congress. We will work with representatives of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as they develop changes to the State Wildlife Action Plan to address wildlife adaptation to climate change.
Teaming with Wildlife supports:
  • Improving the leadership of state fish and wildlife agencies by advocating for fish and wildlife conservation and promoting cooperation among fish and wildlife agencies. 
  • Teaming with Wildlife builds support for Florida’s Wildlife Action Plan (an important framework for dealing with impacts to wildlife from Climate Change) and other state wildlife conservation programs.
  • Identifying and promoting opportunities for state fish and wildlife agencies to collaborate with partners on implementation of the state wildlife action plan.
There are more than 150 Teaming with Wildlife Coalition members on the Florida Team today. Through their efforts, Florida has secured nearly $23 million dollars in wildlife protection funding. In 2009, Congress is poised to pass meaningful legislation to curb Greenhouse Gases and mitigate the impacts of Climate Change. Now, through efforts like Teaming with Wildlife, we can help guide that debate. 
For more information, see the Teaming with Wildlife web site – .
Links provided at the site will allow you to sign up to become a member online.
The mission of Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy is to foster exemplary land stewardship through research, conservation and education.