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Meet our sponsors!
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!
The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is the leading wildlife research organizations in Texas.
The NWTF is dedicated to the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of our hunting heritage.
We are committed to clean air and a clean water supply for our region, as well as protecting its historical, cultural and environmental resources.
Bowman is a trusted, multi-disciplinary consulting firm offering a broad range of real estate, energy, infrastructure and environmental management solutions to both public and private clients across the country. From large commercial developments, to master planned communities, to local transportation projects, Bowman delivers outstanding project results, builds long-lasting relationships and leverages the growth of its organization to serve the constantly changing needs of its clients.
Cellular Tracking Technologies (CTT) is a global leader in wildlife telemetry and IoT solutions with headquarters in Cape May, New Jersey. CTT was founded in 2007 by a team of scientists and engineers who wanted to vastly improve the state of wildlife telemetry.
Dallas Safari Club (DSC) is a mission-focused conservation organization, funded by hunters from around the world. With an administrative staff of less than 15 and a volunteer army of 500, DSC hosts an annual convention that raises funds for grants in conservation, education and advocacy. In the past couple years, more than $5 million has been channeled to qualified projects, organizations and programs in support of that mission.
The East Foundation is an Agricultural Research Organization that promotes the advancement of land stewardship through ranching, science and education. Its land, spanning 217,000 acres of south Texas native rangeland, is managed as a working laboratory with cattle ranching as an integral part of the overall operation.
Matson’s Laboratory, located in beautiful Manhattan, Montana, is the world leader in wildlife cementum age analysis. Trusted by biologists and managers worldwide to provide critical wildlife management data, we advocate conservation through science. Matson’s Laboratory has estimated the ages of over 2.8 million wildlife samples spanning across 150 species since 1969.
Owyhee Air Research LLC (OAR), headquartered in Nampa, Idaho, specializes in the aerial acquisition of natural resource data. Collectively, OAR has more than 25 years of aerial infrared experience and more than 15 years of relevant project experience in conducting aerial infrared surveys for wildlife, as well as providing relevant technical data to government agencies and private industry.
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s mission is to manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
The Peregrine Fund’s mission is to conserve birds of prey worldwide. Drawing on past lessons and successes, their vision for the coming decades applies their expertise to emerging and accelerating conservation problems faced by raptors and communities around the globe.
Voss Signs has been producing quality signage solutions for businesses and organizations since 1965. They have produced custom and stock signs for various customers that include: Forestry Professionals, Land Owners, State and Federal Government Agencies, School Districts and the general public throughout the United States and overseas.
Experience the future of wildlife conservation with Wildlife Drones’ proven telemetry technology. Its world-leading technology provides you with the unparalleled ability to collect more data, more often with less effort across any terrain.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and perpetuating the state’s fish, wildlife, and ecosystems, while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities.
Sportsmen and -women have been at the forefront of natural resource conservation throughout North America for over a century, and hunters have successfully met numerous conservation challenges in the past. The North American Non-lead Partnership seeks to expand the coalition of hunters, anglers and other conservationists dedicated to improving ecosystem and wildlife health by taking actions to prevent unintended lead exposure.