Geographical Location: Canada

September 15, 2015

Managing Human-Wildlife Conflict in the Polar Bear Capital

For most of the world, polar bears are beautiful and fascinating creatures more likely to be seen on the cover of a magazine. But the raw size of one of...

September 14, 2015

Hot Off the Wire: Conference News ‘n Notes

Here’s the latest TWS Annual Conference news: Sold out! Exhibitor space, advertising and both hotel blocks have sold out. All field trips and five of our nine workshops are completely...

Little Duck
August 26, 2015

Hot Off the Wire: Conference News ‘n Notes

Every week through early October, we’ll be bringing you the hottest news about this year’s conference, keeping you up-to-date and prepared as we approach Oct. 17-21 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here’s...

August 20, 2015

Hot Off the Wire: Conference News ‘n Notes

Every week through early October, we’ll be bringing you the hottest news about this year’s conference, keeping you up-to-date and prepared as we approach Oct. 17-21 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here’s...

July 31, 2015

Recreation Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For wildlifers who enjoy fishing or bird hunting, this year’s TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg could be the perfect opportunity to land a trophy walleye or bag any number of...

Caribou
July 27, 2015

Wild Cam: TWS Member Tracks Caribou Eating Habits

Researchers have long been in the dark about what some caribou populations eat during the summer. It’s difficult to find droppings before they rot away in the warmer weather, and...

The Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre
July 16, 2015

Exploring the Wetlands at Oak Hammock Marsh

Join The Wildlife Society’s field trip to Oak Hammock Marsh during the 2015 TWS Annual Conference. Learn more about the educational and professional networking opportunities available to you at this...

Sasaginnigak Lodge
June 18, 2015

TWS Conference: “Unbelievable” Experience at Sasaginnigak

All registered attendees for the 2015 TWS Annual Conference will be automatically entered into a draw for a 2016 fly-in fishing trip for two at Sasaginnigak Lodge, compliments of the lodge...

American marten
May 11, 2015

Non-Native Species Not All Bad for Newfoundland

The term “non-native species” almost always has a negative connotation, but new research shows that in Newfoundland, some native wildlife might actually benefit from them. In a recently published study...

Little Duck
April 21, 2015

Your Adventures With the Big Wildlife at Little Duck

All registered attendees for the 2015 TWS Annual Conference will be automatically entered into a draw for a 2016 fly-in fishing trip for two at The Lodge at Little Duck, compliments...