TWS Manitoba Chapter profiled in Winnipeg Free Press

Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park in north-central Manitoba. ©Travel Manitoba

“From lobbying for eco-certification of fisheries to opposing a feral-cat neutering program in the city and to tackling wildlife feeding policies, a dedicated group of 175 Manitobans is working to conserve and protect wildlife resources in the province.”

C-Jae Breiter ©Winnipeg Free Press

That’s how a profile of the Manitoba Chapter of The Wildlife Society begins in the May 20 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press headlined “Wild at heart.” The newspaper interviewed C-Jae Breiter, the past-president of the chapter and a research conservation specialist at the Assiniboine Park Zoo.

“TWS Manitoba Chapter fills an important role for wildlife professionals in Manitoba and beyond,” Breiter told the newspaper. “Our members range from professionals, retirees and students across the province. The diversity and passion of our members, along with our strong ties to science-based management, are fundamental to the success of TWS.”

Read the profile in the Winnipeg Free Press.