The WCTWS hosts two annual events open to members and non-members.
The winter meeting, usually held the first week of March, includes presentations and posters by professionals and students. The event also includes an evening social and presentation of Chapter awards. The winter meeting location alternates between north/central Wisconsin and the Madison area.
The Chapter also hosts a 1-2 day technical training in Sept/Oct each year which allows attendees to gain practical experience on the selected topic. Past topics have included: wildlife damage management, how to inventory and monitor wildlife, wildlife diseases, and working with the media & conflict resolution, and conservation decision making and planning.
2019 Winter Meeting
Check back as details emerge for the 2019 Winter Meeting.
Past Winter Meetings
2018 The 78th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference was held January 28-31, Hilton – Milwaukee City Center, Milwaukee
2013 No formal training offered, the WCTWS hosted the TWS Annual Conference in Milwaukee
2012 WCTWS Conservation Decision Making and Planning – October 25 at Kemp Natural Resources Station in Woodruff
2011 WCTWS Communicating with the Media & Conflict Resolution – October 19-20th at the UW Arboretum
2010 WCTWS Field Investigations of Wildlife Mortality – September 14-15th at the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (WVDL) on the UW-Madison (UWM) campus and the USGS National Wildlife Health Center (NWHC)
2009 WCTWS Inventory and Monitoring Technical Training – September 15-16th at Treehaven
2008 WCTWS Wildlife Damage Management Technical Training – September 25th at the UW Arboretum