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January, 2011

Great Opportunity for Students

Russell A. Cookingham Scholarship This award is possible thanks to an endowment from Russell A. Cookingham, a former Director of the New Jersey DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife. Wildlife and fisheries majors enrolled at any [...]

60 Minutes Bob Simon’s Wild Kingdom

When it comes to the world of foreign reporting, Bob Simon has been everywhere and seen everything. But it turns out he has a soft spot when it comes to the plight of threatened wildlife. And [...]

2011 Call for TWS Award Nominations

The Wildlife Society’s Awards Program honors individuals and groups who have made notable contributions to TWS and wildlife management and/or conservation. Please help us recognize deserving recipients by submitting your nominations for these awards. Please refer [...]

Up Close and Rare: Jaguars in the Wilds of Brazil

UP CLOSE AND RARE: JAGUARS IN THE WILDS OF BRAZIL: “60 MINUTES” CAMERAS “GET LUCKY” AND CAPTURE NATURE’S MOST ELUSIVE BIG CATS – SUNDAY ON CBS Jaguar conservationist Alan Rabinowitz, who has made the animals his [...]

Are We Destroying Wildlife En Masse?

This guest post is contributed by Beatrice Owen, she writes on the topic of bachelor of science. She welcomes your comments at owen1.beatrice(@)gmail(.)com. The recent spate of mass wildlife deaths has raised more questions than ever [...]

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 50th Anniversary Symposium: Day 3

Day three of the symposium, the final day, focused on the science of the Arctic Refuge. Geographers, glaciologists, biologists, and ecologists alike shared the details of their work. They focused on both past and present findings, [...]

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 50th Anniversary Symposium: Day 2

Day two centered on a view of the Arctic Refuge through the eyes of those who know it so well, as a result of living it, studying it, or both. Talks ranged from detailed accounts of [...]

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 50th Anniversary Symposium: Day 1

2010 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the story of which merits celebration and continued attention. This week, Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center is hosting a historic symposium commemorating [...]

Student Chapter Advisor of the Year Award Deadline – March 15, 2011

Welcome back students! The Wildlife Society is seeking nominations for the Student Chapter Advisor of the Year Award. This award is presented annually to one student chapter advisor for exemplary contributions to the Society’s mission and [...]

Gain Leadership Training Through The Wildlife Society’s Leadership Institute

Are you a young wildlife management or conservation professional interested in leadership training? If so, TWS’ Leadership Institute (LI) might be just the opportunity you’re looking for! LI is a competitive program that recruits rising leaders [...]