August, 2009

Communicating Science: A Great Responsibility

A recent article by Dan Vergano in USA TODAY suggests that science needs great communicators.  I couldn’t agree with him more. Vergano’s writing was stimulated by the publication of a new book by Chris Mooney and [...]

Explore the Possibilities at TWS Career Fair

Explore the Possiblities at TWS Career Fair Join us for the Annual Conference Career Fair on Monday, Sept. 21 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm. Discover new opportunities, learn how to navigate the evolving job market, [...]

The Wildlife Society Annual Conference Exhibitors List

Visit these exhibitors at The Wildlife Society Annual Conference Trade Show, taking place September 20-24, 2009 in Monterey, CA. Academia Book Exhibits Advanced Telemetry Systems Ag-Renewal, Inc. Allen Press Publishing Services California State Parks Off-Highway Motor [...]

Think You Have Some Great Shots?

Don’t miss this opportunity to show your colleagues all the cool places you’ve been, what you’ve done, and your great photographs. Your winning photograph may be used in a TWS publication. Shutterbugs are invited to “show [...]

USGS Public Lecture Series

USGS invites you to attend the next USGS Public Lecture Series: Science in Action scheduled for Wednesday, September 2, 2009 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm at the USGS National Center, Dallas L. Peck Memorial Auditorium, 12201 [...]

TWS Annual Conference Hotel Update

The Wildlife Society Annual Conference takes place at the Monterey Conference Center and the attached Portola Hotel. Conference sessions, the trade show, working group meetings, and associated receptions will be held at these venues. The Portola [...]

TWS Releases New Position on Lead Ammo and Tackle

We recently released our latest position statement, “Lead in Ammunition and Fishing Tackle,” which can be accessed through the government affairs section of our website’s homepage. The use of lead in ammunition and tackle is a [...]

Don’t miss the early-bird registration rate for TWS Annual Conference!

Early-bird registration ends tomorrow, so register today and get your discounted rate on The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. While we realize that you may have travel restrictions, attending the TWS Annual Conference is key for enhancing [...]

Australian Birds Getting Smaller: Climate Change Blamed

A new study, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences,  has documented that some Australian birds are getting smaller.  The study, which was based on measurements of museum specimens collected over the past [...]

Annual Conference Early-Bird Registration Discounts End This Friday

Now is a great time to register for The Wildlife Society Annual Conference.  The Annual Conference is taking place in Monterey, California September 20-24. Early-bird registration discounts end this Friday, August 21.  Register now and save. [...]