The Urban Wildlife Working Group provides a forum for TWS members to exchange information relative to urban wildlife and the management of urban wildlife habitat.
The Rangeland Wildlife Working Group promotes unified efforts in managing rangelands for both wildlife and sustainable use by people.
The Molecular Ecology Working Group aims to promote scientific advancement applying molecular techniques to wildlife ecology, management, and conservation.
The Military Lands Working Group is intended to provide opportunities for members to exchange information, meet professionals dealing with similar situations, and promote awareness of natural resource conservation requirements on Department of Defense lands. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Biometrics Working Group promotes the development and application of biometrical methods in the study and management of wildlife resources.
The primary mission of the Drone Working Group is to provide support and information to those in The Wildlife Society that use small unoccupied aerial systems (sUAS), or more commonly called drones, in natural resources/wildlife research and management and to see the use of this technology in our profession move forward professionally, ethically, and legally.
The Nutritional Ecology Working Group serves as a forum to facilitate communication and exchange of information related to advancing the science of nutritional ecology as it pertains to conservation and management of wildlife populations.
The Conservation Education and Outreach Working Group (CEOWG) of The Wildlife Society works to instill and foster a land ethic and an understanding of ecological principles among today’s citizens.
The Biological Diversity Working Group provides an opportunity for TWS members to exchange research and management information relative to the conservation of biological diversity and to contribute to the development of policies and programs that promote the conservation of biological diversity.
The Hunting, Trapping, and Conservation Working Group promotes exploring issues associated with hunting and trapping relative to conservation and management of wildlife resources.