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Young women learn about careers in science

June 13, 2018
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Young women learn about careers in science

Lander - Game Wardens Jessica Beecham, Teal Cufaude, and Linnea Sailor conducted a workshop for young women during the Women in STEM Conference at Central Woming College. During the workshop, students from around Fremont County and the Big Horn Basin leanred about mule deer captures, radio telemetry, and wildlife field forensics with hands-on activities. 


Warden Teal Cufaude explains the types of radio collars and proper collaring techniques to students. 


Warden Jessica Beecham teaches students how to use radio telemetry.

 
Students track a radio collared deer decoy using telemtry equipment. 



Warden Linnea Sailor teaches students about field forensics in a simulated poaching scene.


Sheriff's Deputy Sarah Lowe looks on as students search for bullets in a simulated deer rumen during a forensic exercise. 

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