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Meet our sponsors—Part 2!
Find out more about the products, services and efforts TWS’ conference sponsors have to offer
The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and year-round partners. We’d like to thank our sponsors listed below. Please take a moment to check out all of our sponsors here, and be sure to visit them during the conference to learn about their products, services and efforts!
Sign manufacturer specializing in custom signs, banners, decals and magnets. We offer event products including full color tents, table throws and much more.
For more than a century, we’ve been growing trees and making forest products that improve lives in fundamental ways. We manage our millions of acres of forests on a continuous and fully sustainable cycle. We are responsible stewards of our land for multiple uses, including recreation, conservation, economic development and different forms of renewable energy. And the wood products we make are used to build homes where families are sheltered and raised.
Mission: Conserving wildlife, serving people.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department manages more than 800 species of wildlife for the benefit of all citizens in Wyoming. We are dedicated to conserving, enhancing, and protecting Wyoming’s exceptional ﬁsh and wildlife resources and the habitats that support them. We are committed to working with and for the public to provide a wide array of ﬁsh and wildlife experiences.
Advanced Telemetry Systems offers innovative and reliable wildlife tracking products designed for researchers world-wide. Our product line includes: VHF Transmitters, Iridium GPS Collars, GPS Loggers, VHF Receivers/Data-loggers, Antennas, and more.
Visit ATStrack.com to see product details and request a quote.
American Bird Conservancy is dedicated to conserving wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. With an emphasis on achieving results and working in partnership, we take on the greatest problems facing birds today.
Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. is an engineering and environmental consulting firm with more than 1,400 team members and 30 offices nationwide. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, CEC is consistently ranked on Engineering News-Record’s annual lists of the Top Design Firms and Top Environmental Firms in the nation.
Our mission is to provide exceptional service and expertise driven by a passion for the natural world. We specialize in aquatic and terrestrial ecology/threatened & endangered species, environmental planning & permitting, forestry, wetlands, and research.
The Department of Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts offers a concentration in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation situated within an interdisciplinary program. Students think broadly about fostering healthy, just, and sustainable ecosystems while also gaining specialized training in fields such as conservation genetics, population ecology and landscape ecology.
ERTEC manufactures revolutionary erosion, sediment and wildlife control systems with twice the performance, half the total cost and ZERO Waste.
GWR provides the most current and extensive FIELD-BASED live and online training for confidence, safety, and success. Anyone attending a GWR course has access to monthly Q&A Wildlife Capture Discussion Sessions with wildlife veterinarian Mark Johnson DVM.
LOGRX is a simple field-based program for tracking use of immobilizing drugs.
Our Mission is to build local, national, and international capacities to conserve ecosystems that support fish, wildlife, and society through integrated programs in research, education and engagement. We are committed to the integrative nature of natural resources conservation and management, with our expertise ranging from disciplinary areas with a long-standing history in the domain of fisheries and wildlife to those emerging more recently.
The Mule Deer Foundation is celebrating its 35th year as the only national non-profit organization dedicated solely to the conservation of mule deer and black-tailed.
NASA Earth Science Division aims to understand the Earth as a system. The Biological Diversity Research program uses NASA observations and models to improve our understanding of biological diversity, how and why it is changing, and its effects on and interactions with the Earth system. The Ecological Conservation Applications area promotes the use of Earth observations and models to analyze and forecast changes that affect ecosystems and to develop effective resource management strategies.
National Band & Tag Company is a family owned manufacturer founded in 1902, specializing in identification solutions. Let us help you with your identification challenges today!
A multi-disciplinary academic unit committed to developing, teaching, and extending knowledge to support stewardship of the environment and sustainable uses and conservation of wildlife and natural resources.
ODFW’s mission is to protect and enhance Oregon’s fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations.
Founded in 1984 by four hunters, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is a leading conservation organization that has protected or enhanced habitat on more than 8.6 million acres, opened or improved public access to more than 1.5 million acres, and is a strong voice for hunters in access, wildlife management, and conservation policy issues.
Tarleton State University, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers M.S. in Wildlife and Natural Resources and a Ph.D. in Animal and Natural Resource Sciences. Our PhD program bridges disciplines to address challenges associated with conservation of resources while maximizing food production.
The Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control (BIWFC) advances reproductive management as part of an integrated approach to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts and promote coexistence worldwide through education, outreach, and engagement.
TRCP’s mission is to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish.
VECTRONIC Aerospace – Manufacturer of GPS collars and equipment for wildlife telemetry studies.
Warner College of Natural Resources is one of the largest and most comprehensive natural resource colleges in the nation. Offering students the opportunity to immerse themselves in their environmental fields of choice, Warner College is a leader in natural resources education, outreach, and research both in Colorado and around the world.
West Virginia DNR’s Wildlife Resources Section conserves, protects and manages the state’s fish and wildlife resources for the use and enjoyment of its citizens. The primary objective of the section is to maintain and perpetuate fish and wildlife at levels compatible with the available habitat, while providing diverse opportunities for recreation, research, conservation and education.
Bringing common sense, professional, and scientifically defensible solutions to natural resource problems.
Wildlife Drones developed the most advanced drone radio-telemetry system to assist wildlife professionals and researchers to cost-effectively collect more data. Compatible with any VHF tags globally and combined with our unique mapping software, it’s the world’s leading tracking solution for locating radio-tagged animals in real-time.