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Welcome to the Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society
The Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society (WCTWS), founded in 1972, is a scientific and educational organization composed of over 200 wildlife professionals, students, and retirees who are interested in the conservation of Wisconsin’s wildlife resources.
The Wildlife Society’s Mission: The mission of The Wildlife Society is to enhance the ability of wildlife professionals to conserve biological diversity, sustain wildlife populations, and responsibly manage wildlife resources for the benefit of society. We encourage professional growth through certification, publications, conferences and working groups.
- The Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society is seeking nominations for the Graduate and Undergraduate Student Aldo Leopold Memorial Scholarships. Students must submit their own nomination and nominations are due January 23, 2017. Please click here for more details.
- Please plan to join the Wisconsin chapters of The Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society at our annual winter meetings, being held jointly February 28-March 2, 2017 in Milwaukee, WI. Click here for lodging details and for the “First Call for Papers”. A conference program is available here and abstracts are available here.
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- Reminder: Don’t forget to renew your WCTWS Membership!
WI Chapter of TWS
P.O. Box 274
Necedah, WI 54646
For problems, questions, or comments about the WCTWS website,
please contact Jamie Nack (firstname.lastname@example.org).