e Wildlife Society Mailing Address: 25 Century Blvd, Suite 505. Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: (301) 897-9770. Email: [email protected] Headquarters Location: . Meetings: Meetings are biweekly on ursdays. Meetings are held in e Agriculture Building, Room 209. Events and Activities: We have a conservation related speaker at every meeting. Great community service hours opportunities wi our Wheelin' Sportsmen event (fall) and Women in e Outdoors event (spring). Links: National Wild Turkey Federation. Nor Dakota Chapter of e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting - February 12-14, : 21 National Wild Pheasant Technical Committee: 22 Central Mountains and Plains Section Conference: 13 Feb Nor Dakota Chapter of e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting - . e Florida Chapter of e Wildlife Society is pleased to announce at Ca erine Frock of e University of Florida is e recipient of e Courtney. Tye Memorial Graduate Student Scholarship, Sarah Teman of e University of Florida is e recipient of e 22nd annual Greater Everglades Student Memorial Scholarship, and Keara Clancy of e University of Florida is e recipient of e. e Sou western Association of Naturalists was founded in 1953 to promote e field study of plants and animals (living and fossil) in e sou western United States, México, and Central America and to aid in e scientific activities of its members. e Association holds an annual meeting and publishes E SOU WESTERN NATURALIST. anks for a successful meeting! Check back is summer for information on e 2021 annual meeting. Location & Schedule. e conference will be held at e Graduate Hotel Eugene. 5 February – Registration Opens, Plenary, Contributed Sessions, Poster Session, Photo Contest, and more!. 6 February – Contributed Sessions, Banquet, and Ad Ceremonies. 9 Annual Ding Darling & Doc Ford's Tarpon Tournament to 2021. Due to e impacts of COVID-19, e infinite number of variables wi an event is size, and e unforeseeable future in e short term, we feel is ision is necessary to prioritize e heal and safety of . meetings is fall wi e goal of attending at least one meeting in each state during my time as your Section Rep. In e meantime, I hope at you feel free to contact me wi questions or concerns regarding e Wildlife Society. I can be most easily reached by email at [email protected] Mike Conner Sou eastern Section Representative. From 11 – 15, staff from e U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and biologists and conservation law enforcement officers of federally recognized tribes in e Midwest, met to discuss, learn and understand current wildlife conservation research, projects and resources at e Native American Fish and Wildlife Society Great Lakes. Sou eastern Section of e Wildlife Society. e first meeting was held as a joint Nor east- Sou east Meeting at Fort Pickett, Virginia, on 6-8, 1977. Appreciating e economic, aes etic, and biological values of e white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). E WILDLIFE SOCIETY OHIO CHAPTER Annual Meeting February 1, VI. Legislative Committee Report ‐ Kendra Wecker –State Legislation – We are in e 130 General Assembly of e Ohio Legislature. We are also entering a new biennium so all legislative bills well need to be reintroduced. Nor west Regional Wildlife Migration Analysis Half Day Workshop: 24 Nor west Regional Wildlife Migration Analysis Full Day Workshop: 08 Feb ORTWS Annual Meeting : 13 Trapping Matters Workshop: 03 Feb ORTWS Annual Meeting - 50 Anniversary. Contact Information Nor ern Research Station One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI 53726 (608) 231-9318 (608) 231-9544 TTY/TD. Contact Us. Meeting of e Society scheduled for Wednesday, ember 4, at 1 p.m. to be held in e au-ditorium of e Visitor & Educaton Center at e J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. AGENDA I. Minutes of e Annual Meeting of ember 5, : Wendy Kindig II. Treasurer’s Report: Bill Valerian. Questions/com-ments from e ﬂ. Ding Darling Wildlife Society Members and Friends: is is your formal notice of e Annual Business Meeting of e Society scheduled for Wednesday, ember 3, at 1 p.m. and to be held in e auditorium of e Education Center at e J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. AGENDA I Minutes of e Annual Meeting of. Feb 03, · 53rd Annual Meeting. of e. Texas Chapter. of e Wildlife Society. A y jackrabbit on East Foundation land. Photo by Wyman Meinzer. Wildlife Conservation and Management on Private Lands. 16–18 February San Antonio, Texas. p. 779-348-7300. 425 E. State Street. Rockford, IL 61 4. Monday – Friday, 8:00.m. – 5:00 p.m. of e Sou eastern Section of e Wildlife Society. e Sou east Deer Study Group Meeting is hosted wi e support of e directors of e Sou eastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. e first meeting was held as a joint Nor east-Sou east Meeting at Fort Pickett, Virginia, on 6-8, 1977. Wildlife resources contribute greatly to e bio-economy of Michigan, e US and most of e remaining developed world. Several significant and on-going demographic changes are dramatically affecting e institution of wildlife conservation: e social landscape is becoming more diverse e nically and racially, suburban sprawl continues to grow into rural environments, and values of. WFS-209: Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation – Survey of current and historical issues in wildlife and fisheries conservation. emphasis on vertebrate biodiversity, habitat management and protection, and populations (3 credits). Instructor, Spring 2001. WFS-209 Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation, World Campus Web-based version (3 credits). In 2004, wi e cooperation of e U.S. Forest Service, a large-scale study of e effects of forest management practices was initiated in e W. B. Bankhead National Forest. Research focus areas included soils, microbiology, genetics, human dimensions, vegetation, and terrestrial wildlife. During e first phase of is long-term study, much information was collected as e inning. Western Section of e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting uary 26 to 30, Santa Rosa, California tws-west.org 150 Annual Convention of e American Sheep Industry uary 28 to 31, Sparks, Nevada sheepusa.org 68 Society for Range Management Annual Meeting (Registration is Open!) uary 30 to February 7, . In a recent paper, we outlined e history of conservation at is relevant to rangelands and e wildlife at are native to Oklahoma landscapes (Fuhlendorf et al. ). Conservation of natural resources has been described as progressing rough ree sequential paradigms (Callicott 1990. Weddell 2002). e first was e utilitarian paradigm, which was largely based on conservation. Society Annual Meeting Notice Ding Darling Wildlife Society Members and Friends: is is your formal notice of e Annual Business Meeting of e Society scheduled for Wednesday, ember 2, at 1 p.m. and to be held in e auditorium of e Education Center at e J.N. Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge. AGENDA I Minutes of e. e Wildlife Habitat Laboratory, located in e Kleberg Agriculture Building on e campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville, began in 1982 under e College of Agriculture. e current facility houses an extensive herbarium and laboratory equipment used for wildlife habitat research. e roots of e herbarium can be traced back to e founding specimens collected and organized by Dr. Russ. GRAND FORKS COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING ch 17, – 4:12 P.M. e Board met pursuant to adjournment wi Commissioners Knauf, Pic, Falck, Rost and Engen 34534 - Ford Tom- $174.19, 34535 - GF Clerk of District Ct- $ 00, 34536 - chance permits for UND Wildlife Society, 69 Rg Booster Club, Network 5/6 and ND Shooting Sports. Committee of e Sou eastern Section of e Wildlife Society. e Sou east Deer Study Group Meeting is hosted wi e support of e directors of e Sou eastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. e first meeting was held as a joint Nor east-Sou east Meeting at Fort Pickett, Virginia, on 6-8, 1977. E WILDLIFE SOCIETY MINUTES OF E WILDLIFE SOCIETY SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING 12-13 OBER 1973 President Willard D. Klimstra called e meeting to order at 0840, 12 ober 1973 in e o Room of e Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas. A quorum was present. O er Councilmen attending all or part of e meeting included: Vice-President. e Wildlife Society. Toge er, wi supporters like ese, we are making a positive. difference for Wyoming’s wildlife. e support of ese sponsors has gone to pay for travel scholarships to attend. meeting, offset e costs associated wi light breakfasts, refreshments during breaks is was a one day course t at e annual meeting of e e Wildlife Society. Participants were provided wi an overview of structured ision-making wi an emphasis on wildlife resource applications. We also introduced adaptive resource management (ARM) as a special case of SDM at involves sequential dynamic ision-making. Guyette, M.Q. and C.S. Loftin. . A Bayesian belief network assessment of vegetation succession and spatial dynamics in response to fire and hydrological conditions in e Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, USA. Annual meeting of e Ecological Society of . 08, · 30 Annual Native American Fish and Wildlife Society – Great Lakes Conference. From 11 – 15, staff from e U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and biologists and conservation law enforcement officers of federally recognized tribes in e Midwest, met to discuss, learn and understand current wildlife conservation research, projects and resources at e Native American . e National Wildlife Federation is providing resources to help families and caregivers across e country provide meaningful educational opportunities and safe outdoor experiences for children during ese incredibly difficult times. Learn More. When We Save Wildlife, We Save Ourselves. Activity patterns of squirrels using camera traps. Virginia Chapter of e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. Blacksburg, VA. February 23, ..M. Moser*^, C.A. Diggins, and W.M. Ford. Use of camera traps to survey Sylvilagus spp. in high-elevation habitats in e sou ern Appalachians. Virginia Chapter of e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. Feb 06, · e Wildlife Society Meeting (boo and session) Louisville, KY (t 27 – 1) Land Trust Rally: National Land Conservation Conference (boo and session) Portland OR (8-). O er potential conferences: Society for Conservation Biology, Society . e Ding Darling Wildlife Society–Friends of e Refuge is hosting e 8 Annual Ding Darling & Doc Ford’s Tarpon Tournament on Friday, 3, . Proceeds from is tournament will go directly to e conservation efforts at e J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. is is e first. Sou eastern Section of e Wildlife Society. e first meeting was held as a joint Nor east-Sou east Meeting at Fort Pickett, Virginia, on 6-8, 1977. Appreciating e economic, aes etic, and biological values of e white-tailed deer (Odocozleus virginzanus) in e sou eastern. Jerome Ford Deputy Assistant Director of t USFWS Migratory Bird Progra Dr. Jona an Raab reviewed e agenda (Appendix B), meeting objectives, and ground rules. e meeting right now and formal comments will be returned by e Wildlife Society by early fall. e ird Annual Wildlife Society Meeting, Portland, OR, ober 1996 e Four California Islands Symposium, Santa Barbara, CA, ch 1994 Professional Affiliations and Synergistic Activities Member, e Ecological Society of America, 2007-Present Member, e Wildlife Society, 2006-Present Member, AAAS, 2002-Present. Idaho. Presentation at Idaho Chapter of e Wildlife Society Meeting: Fisher Symposium. Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Lucid, M.K., L. Chichester, L. Robinson, B. Boswor, S. Cushman. . A new slug species in Idaho? Exciting e public wi exceptionally large genetialia! Presentation at Idaho Chapter of e Wildlife Society. Coeur d. e 9 Annual 'Ding' Darling & Doc Ford's Tarpon Tournament is Friday, 22, . Captain/Angler meeting ursday, 21, at Doc Ford's Fort Myers Beach. 0 of entry fees go back to e anglers in prizes. Max of 55 teams. $500/boat (up to 4 anglers) $150/additional angler (max 6 per boat). 1st come 1st paid basis to hold your spot. Society www.dingdarlingsociety.org Pages SPRING News from Friends of e J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge ABOUT E SOCIETY Ding Darling Wildlife Society, e nonprofit Friends of e Refuge organization, supports environmental education, services, and conservation at e J.N. Ding . 13, 2021Captain’s Meeting & Auction 5-9 p.m. 14, 2021Tournament 7.m. – 4 p.m. Purse: 0 of e entry fees will go to e tournament winners Tournament Rules & Regulations All sponsorships and gifts will go to e Charity (Ding Darling Wildlife Society) to support conservation. Congratulations to Karen on receiving e Ford Foundation Fellowship! Bob, Wes and Andrea presented at e Wildlife Society Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. Andrea won Best Student Presentation! Way to go Andrea. Wes, Dan, and Mandy attended e Florida chapter of e Wildlife Society's meeting. , · Wildlife Monographs published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of e Wildlife Society. View Michelle Ford, PWS, CWB, CESSWI’S profile on LinkedIn, e world's largest professional community. Michelle has 8 jobs listed on eir profile. See e complete profile on LinkedIn and Title: Environmental Specialist at .