Wild Notes Winter 2011 edition

Winter 2011

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Cosmo the flying squirrel


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Pennsylvania Wild Resource
Conservation Program

Tom Corbett, Governor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Sally Just, Director, Office of Conservation Science
Greg Czarnecki, Executive Director, Wild Resource Conservation Program


Wild Resource Conservation Board

Honorable John Arway
Executive Director, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

Honorable Carl Roe
Executive Director, Pennsylvania Game Commission

Senator Mary Jo White, Majority Chairman
Senate Environmental Resources & Energy Committee

Senator John T. Yudichak, Minority Chairman
Senate Environmental Resources and & Energy Committee

Rep. Scott E. Hutchinson, Majority Chairman
House Environmental Resources & Energy Committee

Rep. Camille George, Minority Chairman
House Environmental Resources & Energy Committee


Advisory Committee

Marcia Bonta

Dr. Roger Latham
Rose Valley

Nate McKelvie

Mark Pennell

Dr. Sarah Sargent


Keystone Wild!Notes
P.O. Box 8764, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8764
Website: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/wrcp
Jessica Sprajcar, Editor
Design/Layout, DEP Graphics


Keystone Wild! Notes is the official online publication of the Pennsylvania Wild Resource Conservation Program.  Its goal is to inform people about the activities of the program, which supports research and protection efforts for the state’s natural heritage – our state’s unique collection of native nongame animals and wild plants.  The program, which is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, is financed through Growing Greener and by public contributions: voluntary check-offs on the state income tax return form, direct donations or the purchase of the Wild Resource license plate.  If you have comments about Keystone WILD! Notes, please send them to The Editor, Wild Resource Conservation Program, P.O. Box 8764, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8764, or e-mail to ra-wrcp@state.pa.us.  To subscribe, please go to http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/wrcp/subscribe.html and enter your e-mail address.


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