UMass Wildlife Biology alumnus James E. Cardoza, B.S. ’66, M.S.’76, has authored an illustrated book titled “A History of MassWildlife 1866-2012.”

This 334 page, exceedingly well referenced, volume documents the history of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife from its inception in 1866 as a two-member Board of Commissioners of Fisheries to its present configuration of over 100 staff members responsible for the management and protection of over 400 species of plants and animals and over 200,000 acres in wildlife management areas and lands under conservation easements. The book was published in a limited bound edition by the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough, Mass. as it approaches its 150th anniversary. It will soon be available to the public in digital form....
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Simi Hoque and Brian Kane talk about their Eureka! experience this summer in new video

Simi Hoque and Brian Kane talk about their Eureka! experience this summer in new video

The following video, published by UMass Media Relations, summarizes another successful summer at UMass for the Eureka! Girls Inc. group of Holyoke. BCT's Simi Hoque, who coordinated their visit to UMass, introduces the many workshops in the video. One of the workshops - on building macaroni bridges - was run by BCT graduate students Carl Fiocchi, Nariman Mostafavi, and Soroush Farzinmoghadam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nly3IN6NRe0 Reposted from: https://bct.eco.umass.edu/news/simi-hoque-and-brian-kane-talk-about-their-eureka-experience-this-summer-in-new-video/...
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