Taking Action to Resist, Accept, or Direct Change: How Wildlife Managers Can Thrive in an Uncertain Future
Here we describe the Resist-Accept-Direct (RAD) framework, which can serve as a blueprint for responding to change, and provide examples of USFWS climate change adaptation actions.Hosted By: Climate Change and Wildlife Working Group
Highlighting Bridge Builders: Examples of R3 Efforts to Connect New Audiences Outdoors
This webinar will provide examples of leading agencies working to increase participation in hunting, target shooting, and trapping, and highlight their experiences in connecting these activities with communities across their states.Hosted By: Hunting, Trapping, and Conservation Working Group
How Do We Get the Discussion about Non-Lead from Non-Starter to Non-Issue?
Time to go ballistic? Are copper bullets the fruit of anti-hunting propaganda? Join this webinar for a breakdown of non-lead ammunition, a crash course in its controversy, and bits of wisdom for hunters, shooters, and conservationists today. We’ll dive into the last decade of rhetoric on a topic hotly debated from litigation halls to hunting camp. Let’s hasten the transition to alternative ammunition, avoid being castigated as gun-grabbing-no-nothings, and go ballistic with non-toxic ethics for wildlife and the shooting sports.Hosted By: Wildlife Toxicology Working Group
Change. It’s what’s on the table
You’ll hear from 3 of the 42 authors of the upcoming book “Women of Wildlife Science: Building Equity, Diversity and Inclusion,”.