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2013 Election Results Announced

The ballots have been counted and we are happy to announce the results of the election for Vice President and Section Representatives. Thank you to all members who participated in the election process. Gary Potts, Project [...]

Last Year’s Lions

Jambo! My first field notes blog introduced the goal of my project here in Kenya: to study the effectiveness of predator-proof fences in reducing human-carnivore conflict in the Western Mara. Now, I’ll write a bit about [...]

Fences and Footprints

Jambo (hello), and welcome to my field notes blog! I’m a Ph.D. student at Duke University (and a former TWS policy intern), and I’ll be sharing here some of my research reports, personal experiences, and discussions [...]

Botswana to Ban Commercial Hunting

Officials in Botswana have announced they will ban commercial hunting beginning January 2014 due to concerns about wildlife species decline. The plan is expected to be controversial, as many communities hunt for a living, although the [...]

The Wildlife Society Live Learning Center

Take advantage of The Wildlife Society (TWS) ultimate educational resource: The Wildlife Society Live Learning Center. This online portal connects you to recorded sessions from The Wildlife Society Annual Conference which recently took place in Portland [...]

So Long, Portland!

Tonight we wrapped up The Wildlife Society’s 19th Annual Conference at Pioneer Courtyard Square. Hundreds of conference attendees joined us to sample a wide variety of delectable eats courtesy of Portland’s finest food trucks. We ate, [...]

The Work of the Wildlife Professional

Every day TWS members protect and manage wildlife species and their habitats, and make significant contributions to wildlife management and conservation. On the first day of sessions at the 19th Annual Conference in Portland, OR, I [...]

Sunday at The Wildlife Society’s 19th Annual Conference

It’s Day 1 of sessions at The Wildlife Society’s 19th Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon. There’s a lot to look forward to today: We’ll have a number of talks on reptiles and amphibians, wildlife disease and [...]

USGS celebrates with TWS in Portland, Oregon

More than just Rocks You could say that the U.S. Geological Survey is about more than just rocks. When wildlife scientists, managers and students gather in Portland, Oregon, this October for The Wildlife Society’s 2012 Conference, they’ll [...]

The Case for Attending The Wildlife Society Annual Conference

We have heard from countless members that travel restrictions are keeping many people from attending The Wildlife Society Annual Conference.  TWS offers a justification toolkit that provides attendees with information they can use in preparing their [...]