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The Wildlifer, February 2013

Annual Conference News

Milwaukee: Call for Papers and Posters Contributed Papers and Posters are invited for the 20th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, starting February 18. Proposals should focus on topics of wildlife science, management, conservation, education, or [...]

News from Headquarters

Apply Today for the Leadership Institute The Wildlife Society is currently accepting applications for its Leadership Institute. The Institute facilitates development of new leaders within TWS and the wildlife profession. We’ll recruit 10-15 promising early-career professionals [...]

Policy News

Sage-Grouse Letter Sent to Department of Interior On January 24, The Wildlife Society, along with other conservation and sportsmen organizations, sent a letter to the Department of Interior (DOI) encouraging the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) [...]

Subunit News

Biometrics Working Group Student Travel Grants The Biometrics Working Group of TWS is offering student travel grants of up to $2500 for TWS student members presenting papers or posters at the Annual Conference of The Wildlife [...]

Related Wildlife News

Students: Scholarships Available! Smithsonian-Mason Semester in Conservation Studies Are you: Excited about the environment, animals, and the outdoors? Interested in exploring careers related to conservation, biodiversity, or sustainability? Ready for the conservation challenge of a lifetime? [...]

Meetings of Interest

2013 Meeting of the Central Mountains and Plains Section We are pleased to announce that the 2013 meeting of the Central Mountains and Plains Section of The Wildlife Society has been scheduled for August 13-15, in [...]