Welcome to the Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society

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  The Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society (WCTWS), founded in 1972, is a scientific and educational organization composed of over 200 wildlife professionals, students, and retirees who are interested in the conservation of Wisconsin’s wildlife resource. Click here for more information about the WCTWS.

                                                    
                      
 

WCTWS News

WCTWS Winter Meeting

WCTWS Technical Training

The WCTWS provided a $500 donation to help produce the 2013 Summer/Fall issue of the Leopold Outlook a publication of the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Click here to view the issue

Congratulations on a great conference!  The WCTWS hosted the 2013 TWS Annual Conference in Milwaukee, October 5-10. Thank you to everyone who served on the Arrangements Committee and/or volunteered during the conference.  We couldn't have done it without you!

1,336 people attended the conference and enjoyed their time in Milwaukee.  A brief summary will be provided at the upcoming winter meeting.

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2014 Fall | Newsletter info

Reminder: Don't forget to renew Your WCTWS Membership!

Save the Date!  The 2015 Winter Meeting will be a joint meeting with the Minnesota Chapter. The meeting will take place February, 17-19 in Duluth, MN.

Events and sessions will be held in the Duluth Entertainment and
Convention Center with a block of guest rooms in the adjoining Holiday
Inn.

Planning is well underway and will include a plenary session on coping with climate change, a quiz bowl, a discussion session on advocacy, a fantastic banquet, concurrent paper sessions, and other social events.  Do not miss it! It should be a great meeting!

Click here for meeting details, including lodging and tentative schedule. 

Click here for a registration form.  Registration deadline: January 30, 2015.

Conference Program
Conference Abstracts

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WCTWS Fall Technical Training.  Each year, the WCTWS hosts a 1-2 day technical training which allows attendees to gain practical experience on a selected topic. Past topics have included: wildlife damage management, how to inventory and monitor wildlife, wildlife diseases, and working with the media & conflict resolution, and conservation decision making and planning. 

Check back as details emerge for the 2014 technical training.

WI Chapter of TWS
P.O. Box 863
Madison, WI 53701-0863
http://wildlife.org/Wisconsin

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