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Wildlife Vocalizations are short personal perspectives from people in the field of wildlife sciences. Each featured wildlifer will answer one question that reflects on the past and looks toward the future, providing a voice that shows we are not alone. These stories will be woven together through the common theme of passion, ingenuity, tenacity and perseverance. Wildlife Vocalizations articles are published on wildlife.org and are also available through the eWildifer

Submit your story for Wildlife Vocalizations or nominate your peers and colleagues to encourage them to share their story.

TWS President Carol Chambers takes on ‘new challenges’
November 3, 2020

Biology textbooks still lack diversity
July 30, 2020

TWS members help break barriers as women
January 30, 2019

Wini Kessler: A pioneer for women in wildlife
October 9, 2018

Wildlife Enthusiast Magazine honors TWS’ Wini Kessler
September 11, 2018

Session of the Week: ‘Moving Forward Together from #MeToo’
July 17, 2018

2018 TWS Salutes Women in Wildlife Biology Careers

Kim Turner – March 19, 2018
Holley Kline – March 27, 2018
Claudia Funari – April 2, 2018

Wildlifers WOWed by diversity in the field
September 26, 2017

2017 TWS Salutes Women in Wildlife Biology Careers

Jennifer Norris – March 3, 2017
Lily Douglas – March 10, 2017
Linsey Troutman – March 17, 2017

Creating a diverse work force of wildlife biologists
October 18, 2016

Kessler celebrities pinnacle of career with Aldo Leopold award
October 10, 2017

TWS members toast Kessler as new Aldo Leopold awardee
September 26, 2017

Wildlifers WOWed by diversity in the field
September 26, 2017

Creating a diverse workforce of wildlife biologists
October 18, 2016

USFS Researchers provide insight into gender gap
January 20, 2016