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The Wildlife Society’s mission is to represent and serve the professional community of scientists, managers, educators, technicians, planners, and others who work actively to study, manage, and conserve wildlife and its habitats worldwide.

Your first year membership in the New Mexico Chapter will be free, then $8.00 a year thereafter.
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Early bird registration for the 2019 JAM has begun!

This year‘s event will be held Feb. 7-9 at the Marriott Pyramid hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To make your registration simple we are using a single website for all your registration needs. This will allow you to register for the conference, select your dinner choices for the banquet, sign-up for professional workshops and the Student-Mentor Lunch (for students only). It will also allow you to pay your 2019 chapter and section TWS or AFS dues.

To register for the JAM conference, click here:
2019 JAM Registration

Download the Call for Papers here.

Lodging Needs:

We have reserved a block of rooms (25 Wednesday, 100 Thursday and Friday, 5 Saturday) at the Marriott Pyramid hotel for the government rate of $94 per night. The conference hotel sits in an upscale section of Albuquerque and is within easy walking distance of numerous places for dining and entertainment.

To reserve a room for the conference, click here:
Marriott Pyramid Hotel – JAM Reservations

Lastly, if you have any questions regarding the JAM Conference and it’s schedule of events please contact Bill Dunn (bill@bigpictureconservation.com). For questions about the registration process contact Daryl Ratajczak (daryl.ratajczak2015@gmail.com).

Thank you and we will see you in Albuquerque!

NM TWS Board


Bill Dunn is the current President of the NM Chapter: twsnewmexico@gmail.com

If you wish to bring a wildlife issue to this Chapter, please contact the Conservation Affairs Committee Chair, Brian Hanson.

Learn about wildlife related employment in NM.

For website questions contact Bill Dunn at twsnewmexico@gmail.com