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September, 2009

Sacramento District Natural Resources Staff Reaches Out to Wildlife Conservation Community

Terry Hershey, district ranger with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District, Leah Fisher and Zachary Simmons of the district’s regulatory division, and planning division’s Stacy Samuelson, reached out to attendees at The Wildlife Society’s [...]

CMU Student Enjoys Tracking Wildlife

Keith Miller has howled with wolves and searched for bears. Miller, an Armada graduate student, has been on volunteer and wage-based conservation trips to the Andean Mountains in Peru, the Alaskan wilderness and Yellowstone National Park. [...]

Colorado State University Professors Honored With Wildlife Society Book of the Year Award

The Wildlife Society has recognized the book, “Wildlife and Society: The Science of Human Dimensions,” as the 2009 recipient of the Wildlife Publication Award from the outstanding edited book category. Three of the five authors reside [...]

TWS Annual Conference Photos

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Back from Monterey

We are back from Monterey and the Annual Conference.  For those that attended, we are sending out a survey today.  We look forward to receiving your feedback. It is not to late to get Annual Conference [...]

The Canadian Section Members and Friends reception was a huge hit last night. One can safely assume then that our Canadian members have a fairly large friend circle. The student quiz bowl was a lot of fun [...]

Food, Drinks, and Schmoozing!

So, most people have checked in by now – I hear we have more than 1,600 registrants. Tonight’s going to be all about receptions, parties, and other social get togethers. A few of us (TWS Staff) dropped by [...]

Sunday Morning in Monterey

It’s been a busy morning at the registration booth. Sessions are on full swing—among them, discussions on the cultural and ecological significant of American Bison restoration in the DeAnza Room I, the impacts of sea level [...]

A Day Before the Conference

Friday, September 18 It’s a day before The Wildlife Society’s 16th Annual Conference kicks off. TWS staff has spent its morning stuffing bags with programs, conference highlights, and other goodies. The weather is perfect here in [...]

Welcome to Monterey

For those that are joining us in Monterey for The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, welcome to Monterey.  The weather forecast looks great and the Conference is shaping up to be the best one yet.   For [...]