Retired Wildlifers: About

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Get Involved

Retired wildlifers – learn about volunteer opportunities with local organizations and TWS student chapters.

Students – learn about opportunities to work with retired wildlifers and gain valuable experience.

  • Attention Students – If your Student Chapter of TWS is interested in having a retired wildlifer as a guest speaker fill out a request form and email it to Mariah Simmons at msimmons@wildlife.org.
Red Cliffs Desert Reserve (Image Credit: Matthew Pinta)

In Memory

We honor the memory of past TWS members and notable wildlife professionals whose contributions will not be forgotten. Click here for a listing by last name and here for a listing by most recent date.

The Wildlife Society Bulletin article by D. Blake Sasse on job-related mortality of wildlife professionals is provided here.

To suggest or submit an obituary please email Mariah Simmons at msimmons@wildlife.org, or editor@wildlife.org.

Image Credit: NASA

Photos

Photos from member events and volunteer activities are available for viewing on the TWS Retiree Facebook page.