TWS News

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TWS Wildlife News

Combating the Rage

Attracting Rabid Bats with Artificial Sound When renowned bat researcher Denny Constantine passed away on May 24, 2014, the wildlife health community lost one of its most prolific researchers. Last winter, when Denny realized he

TWS Wildlife News

Groups Come Together on Polar Bear Hunting

Several aboriginal organizations, local hunters, and territorial and provincial governments in Canada reached a landmark agreement to manage the Southern Hudson Bay polar bear subpopulation. Environment Canada announced the agreement last week which calls for

TWS News

TWS Supports Duck Stamp Increase

The Wildlife Society, along with 34 other wildlife conservation and sportsmen’s groups, urged Members of Congress to increase the price of the Duck Stamp.  Congress is currently considering legislation to raise the price from $15

Next Generation News

Student Conclaves Announced

Five Student Conclaves are hosted by universities from across the United States and Canada annually, each representing a different section of The Wildlife Society. The host institutions have been announced for four of these Conclaves

TWS Local News

Fun in San Francisco

The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of TWS has recently provided members with several opportunities to learn and engage. Recent events have included a hike to observe Tule Elk at Tomales Point in Point Reyes