Monthly Meeting October 11 at 7 PM, Fletcher Library

Presentation: Federal Wildlife Laws  by Brandon Bland, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Overview of Federal Wildlife Laws

Is it okay to remove cowbird eggs from a nest? Can developers be stopped from cutting down a woodlot? Who should you call when you see criminal actions against wildlife? Special Agent Bland will discuss some of the most common federal wildlife laws, including their history and purpose.

Brandon Bland is a Special Agent for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement, and is stationed in Conway. Brandon has 15 years of combined state and federal law enforcement experience, held multiple positions, and conducted a wide variety of law enforcement duties in many locations throughout his career. Originally from Eureka Springs, Brandon is a seventh generation Arkansan, former U.S. Army Paratrooper, and a graduate of Arkansas Tech University.

Monthly Meeting – Federal Wildlife Laws

Brandon Bland, Special Agent, USFWS

 

Is it okay to remove cowbird eggs from a nest? Can developers be stopped from cutting down a woodlot? Who should you call when you see criminal actions against wildlife? Special Agent Bland will discuss some of the most common federal wildlife laws, including their history and purpose.

 

Brandon Bland is a Special Agent for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement, and is stationed in Conway. Brandon has 15 years of combined state and federal law enforcement experience, held multiple positions, and conducted a wide variety of law enforcement duties in many locations throughout his career. Originally from Eureka Springs, Brandon is a seventh generation Arkansan, former U.S. Army Paratrooper, and a graduate of Arkansas Tech University.