Panhandle Outdoors Live Online

Unfortunately the Panhandle Outdoors Live events that we have enjoyed for the past several years are not possible right now. Given the limitations of the current situation, the Panhandle Outdoors team has moved their efforts to an online format – Panhandle Outdoors Live Online.

The team will be presenting a new topic the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month through December. Each live, interactive video conference event will take place from 12-12:30pm Central / 1-1:30pm Eastern.

PostpoUse the links below to register for each session you would like to attend. After you complete the registration you will be emailed a link that you can use to access the session.

We have provided a links to webinar recordings as well as webinar evaluations. Please fill out the evaluation. We would greatly appreciate your feedback to improve future programming efforts.


August 19:   Invasive Species – Those Nursery Plant Hitchhickers!

Presenters: Sheila Dunning and Rick O’Connor 

Webinar recording
Webinar evaluation


September 2:   Identification and Management of Invasive Cogongrass 

Presenter: Mark Mauldin 

Webinar recording
Webinar evaluation


September 23:   Successful Wildlife Food Plots 

Presenter: Jennifer Bearden 

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sally, the webinar date was moved from September 16th to the 23rd.


October 7:   Bats – A Misunderstood Beneficial Mammal 

Presenter: Carrie Stevenson 

October 21:   Seasonal Seafood 

Presenter: Christina Verlinde 

November 4:   Apalachicola Bay Oysters – A Treasured Natural Resource with an Uncertain Future

Presenter: Erik Lovestrand 

November 18:   Drinking Water Quality and Wells – Why Should You Have Your Water Tested?

Presenter: Andrea Albertin 

December 2:   Controlling Invasive Woody Plants 

Presenter: Mark Mauldin 

December 16:   Get a Jump on Managing Your Pond This Spring

Presenter: Laura Tiu and Ray Bodrey