New England Chapter: Annual Meeting

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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

2017

Spring: The Wildlife Society and developing a wildlife career

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