TWS News

Find your focus on the TWS member portal

The Wildlife Society has added several new categories for members to choose from in their member profile. These categories mirror our working groups and reflect contemporary issues in the wildlife profession. The focal areas include

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Editor-in-chief sought for Wildlife Monographs

The Wildlife Society is currently soliciting applications for the position of editor-in-chief for its highly regarded, peer-reviewed publication, Wildlife Monographs. The EIC serves at the pleasure TWS Council and may engage with TWS Council’s Publications

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The Wildlife Society seeks new CEO

With the upcoming retirement of The Wildlife Society’s CEO Ed Thompson, the organization is searching for a new executive director/CEO. The Society is seeking strong candidates with experience in wildlife management and conservation and/or nonprofit leadership. The

Dana Kobilinsky

TWS proposes overhaul of bylaws

Other than a few minor amendments here and there, The Wildlife Society’s bylaws haven’t had any major revisions since the 1970s. But as times have changed, and the way the Society and its organization units

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TWS journal impact factors see increase

TWS’ journals, the Journal of Wildlife Management and the Wildlife Society Bulletin, both saw an increase in their 2019 Journal Impact Factor according to recently updated numbers in the Journal Citation Reports published by Clarivate.

Conservation News

Giving fish and wildlife a CHANS

When The Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society gathered together for their first joint conference last year, the organizers of one symposium saw it as a chance to break down barriers between the two disciplines.