Sage grouse
TWS Wildlife News

CRomnibus: Conservation Riders

The $1 trillion spending bill approved by Congress last week will keep the government running until October 2015. The “Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015” has been nicknamed the “CRomnibus” because it combines an

The 1000
TWS News

Join The 1,000!

As a TWS member, you now have the opportunity to participate in a pivotal effort that will have a significant impact on the future of TWS. All members are invited to join an elite group

Plastic Pollution
FYI News

Trash Talk

In a recent study, researchers estimate 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic are polluting the world’s oceans. Read about their findings in the National Geographic News.

Duck Banding
Next Generation News

Duck Frenzy

The New Mexico State University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society recently participated in duck banding with the USFWS. Student chapter members Isidro Barela, Miranda Butler-Valverde, and John Townsend volunteered to capture and band ducks

Wildlife Cybercrime Elephants
TWS Wildlife News

Wildlife Cybercrime Exposed

Thousands of endangered wildlife or wildlife products are being sold on public websites, a new report by the advocacy group, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has revealed. As part of a six-week investigative