Members of The Wildlife Society are encouraged to join the section and chapter in their geographic area to enhance their networking opportunities and find a local community of wildlife professionals to enact change and wildlife initiatives.
Do you not see a local chapter in your area? Reach out to email@example.com to propose a new local chapter.
Sections are the regional networks of The Wildlife Society in North America. Each section encompasses several states, provinces, or republics. Sections promote networking, cooperative efforts and the exchange of information among wildlife professionals and TWS chapters in a geographic area.
Chapters generally use a state or province boundary to define their memberships, although more or less than one state or province may be served by a chapter depending upon local membership needs. Each chapter has its own by-laws, officers, events and activities that support the mission of The Wildlife Society.
Members of The Wildlife Society range from scientists, agency professionals, students, educators, technicians, panners, consultants, and others who manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats. Our members are dedicated to helping spread the word and take action on important wildlife and habitat issues across North America.