New England Chapter: Annual Meeting

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Annual Spring Business Meeting and Workshop

SAVE the DATE!! The New England Chapter’s Spring Business Meeting and Workshop will be held in conjunction with the Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources (CCNR). It will be centered on The Wildlife Society and developing a wildlife career.

The New England Chapter of The Wildlife Society will provide a panel of professional wildlife biologists and recent graduates to discuss career tracks in wildlife biology. The panel will share their career experiences and provide an open question and answer period for students and anyone interested in wildlife careers. After the panel discussion wildlife professionals will be available for walk-in one-on-one career advice and general social networking. Perfect for students and entry level professionals. Bring resumes and cover letters for tips. Learn about professional certifications and other wildlife career development opportunities.

An agenda is available here.

Monday, March 13th, 2017
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources
University of Connecticut
Laurel Hall Rm 109, Storrs, CT 06269
(http://ccnr2017.weebly.com/)


Annual Fall Workshop

The New England Chapter holds a Workshop and annual Business Meeting in the spring. The Chapter also hosts a fall workshop/member meeting.  Recent Fall Workshops have focused on a variety of topics such as Emerging Wildlife Diseases, Genetics, Remote Wildlife Monitoring and the New technologies and techniques in the Field of Wildlife Management and Conservation.

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Past Workshops

2016

Fall: Effects of Climate Change on Wildlife and Their Habitats Agenda

2015

Fall:  Wildlife and Sustainable Energy  Agenda

Spring:  New England Wildlife Diseases and Sampling  Agenda

2014

Fall:  Management of Declining New England Habitats  Agenda 

Spring:  Captive Breeding Conservation Programs Agenda  Presentations 

2013

Fall:  Remote Wildlife Monitoring  Agenda Presentations 

Spring:  Raptors and Reptiles: Handling and Restraint   Agenda  

2012

Fall:  Carnivore Conservation in New England

Spring: Reptile and Amphibian Conservation in New England

2011

Fall:  New Technologies, Techniques and Advances in the field of Wildlife Conservation & Management

Spring: Northeast Fish and Wildlife Annual Conference in Manchester, NH

2010

Fall:  A Look Back: Regional Achievements in Wildlife and Habitat Management

Spring:    Spring Meeting at the US Fish and Wildlife Service Office in Concord, NH

2009

Fall:  Workshop Canceled

Spring: The New England Cottontail:  Ecology, Status, Habitat and Restoration Efforts

2008

Fall:  Hot Topics in Fish and Wildlife

Spring: Introduction to Refuge Management Issues

2007

Fall: The Current Science in Wildlife Genetics

Spring: Emerging Issues in Wildlife Diseases

2006

Fall: Monitoring the Impacts of Recreational Activities on Wildlife

Spring: Implementing the State Wildlife Action Plans

2005

Fall: Monitoring Wildlife Population Trends and Habitat Conditions

Spring: The Next Era in Conservation

2004

Fall: Wind Energy Development in the Northeast