TWS Organization Units Virtual Events and Resources

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic many TWS organization units (Sections, Chapters, Student Chapters, and Working Groups) are holding annual meetings and other events virtually. Many of these events are free or low cost and open to everyone. Please check back often as new events are added regularly.

Upcoming TWS Organization Unit Webinars and Workshops

October 22, 2021

Indigenizing Wildlife Management: Seminar and Panel Discussion
Hosted by TWS British Columbia Chapter

October 28, 2021

Fine-scale habitat selection and movement analysis of wolves using integrated step selection functions (iSSFs)
Hosted by TWS Alaska Chapter

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Research on Pennsylvania Black Vultures
Hosted by TWS Pennsylvania Chapter

November 10, 2021

Collaborative Action: Goat removal at Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
Co-hosted by TWS Hawaii Chapter

November 18, 2021

Careers in Wildlife: Non-governmental organization
Hosted by TWS North Dakota Chapter, part of their Careers in Wildlife Lunch Hour Series

November 19, 2021

Adaptive potential and conservation in the face of a unique disease: transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils
Co-hosted by TWS Wildlife Diseases Working Group, part of their Trilateral Wildlife Health Webinar Series

December 16, 2021

Careers in Wildlife: Private industry
Hosted by TWS North Dakota Chapter, part of their Careers in Wildlife Lunch Hour Series

Upcoming TWS Organization Unit Virtual Meetings/Conferences

More virtual meetings/conferences will be added as we receive news from our organization units.

Online Content from TWS Organization Units

TWS Biological Diversity Working Group webinar series

TWS British Columbia Chapter webinar series
For recordings of these webinars email the Chapter at Visit the Chapter’s website for a description of each webinar.

  • Of Mice and Moose: Small and Large Mammal Responses to a Gradient of Forest Harvesting Treatments Across Interior BC with Alexia Constantinou
  • Avian Conservation in Yukon’s Northern Boreal Mountains with Hilary Cooke
  • Conservation Planning with Indigenous Communities: Weaving Two Ways of Knowing for a Shared Future with Kimberly Heinemeyer, PhD
  • Endangered Species and Community Science with John Reynolds
  • Ken Edzerza
  • Together for Wildlife Strategy with Kate Hewitt
  • Kootenay Connect: Ecological Corridors in the Kootenays with Dr. Michael Proctor, Kootenay Connect, Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project
  • “TWS, the Big Picture” & “TWS, back home in Canada” with Dr. Winifred B. Kessler and Dr. Evelyn (Evie) Merrill

TWS Idaho Chapter 2021 virtual conference content
All of the content (plenary session, contributed talks, posters) from the Idaho Chapter’s 2021 virtual conference is available on-demand on their conference platform. Registration to obtain access is found here (please note, there is a fee). Access to the smart phone or web-based application and content is found here.

TWS Nutritional Ecology Working Group webinar series

TWS Oregon Chapter – Northwest Nature Matters Podcast 
Episodes are available for download here

TWS Wisconsin Chapter Brown Bag Webinar Series
View past recordings on the Chapter’s YouTube channel.

TWS Wyoming Chapter Webinar Series
View past recordings on the Chapter’s website.