New Mexico Chapter




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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2018 Joint Annual Meeting – Feb 1st-3rd

The 2018 JAM will take place February 1-3, 2018 at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, AZ.

Registration for the 2018 JAM is live and can be accessed here. Wildlife abstracts are due to Melanie Culver ( by January 7, 2018. Format information available here.

Spring and Summer 2017 Newsletter

The Spring and Summer 2017 Newsletter is now available. Download it here.

2017 Joint Annual Meeting – Feb 9th-11th

2017 JAM took place in Farmington, New Mexico February 9th to 11th. Click here for further details. All calls for papers are now closed. The meeting schedule-at-a-glance can be found here and the map for the 5K on Saturday morning can be found here. Information on the photo and art contest can be found here. The JAM workshop descriptions can be found here.

Meeting Notes from the 2016 Chapter business meeting

View the 2016 Chapter Business meeting notes from the AZ/NM JAM here.

Scott Carleton is the current President of the NM Chapter:

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.

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