Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society

Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council Symposium - Second Call for Papers

The Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council will hold their 19th Annual Symposium in Fort Collins on June 2-5, 2014. The Colorado Chapter of the Wildlife Society is hosting the symposium website. Click here for meeting information, call for papers, and on-line registration.

Membership Renewal for 2014

Don't forget to renew your membership in the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society for 2014! To renew, please go to our Membership page.

2014 Annual Meeting information

The Colorado Chapter of the Wildlife Society's 2014 Annual Meeting was held at the Hilton in Fort Collins from February 5-7, 2014.  Please see our Events/Chapter Meetings page for more information, or click here to download the final meeting abstracts or agenda.

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Mar-Apr 2014 Newsletter

Travel Grant Recipients

Two CCTWS 2013 winter-spring travel grant recipients have been selected.  Congratulations to Ashley Gramza and Sarah Garza for receiving the 2013 winter-spring CCTWS travel grants!  We anticipate exciting news from them following their wildlife conferences.

Our two CCTWS 2013 summer-fall grant recipients have also sent us reports from the conferences they attended. Both wrote to express their appreciation to the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society for supporting their learning experiences. Christy Wyckoff attended the Annual Wildlife Disease Association (WDA) Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee as a representative of the CSU Student Chapter of the WDA at the conference and will have the opportunity to network for future job opportunities. Read her thank you letter here. Jonathan Reitz attended the 2013 Quail Masters Course put on by the Texas Wildlife Association and Texas A&M University. The course offered comprehensive training on quail habitat and population management that he will use to benefit habitat and conservation work for upland game birds in southeast Colorado. Read his travel report here.

As a CCTWS member, you too could have an experience like this!  See our Small Grants section for how to apply for a Travel Grant.

 The Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society was established in 1973 as the state affiliate of the international organization, The Wildlife Society.  Its 350+ members are educators, students, administrators, research scientists, consultants, resource managers, and wildlife law enforcement officers from all over Colorado.  The mission of the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society is to promote wise conservation and management of all wildlife resources in Colorado by serving and representing wildlife professionals.