The Wildlife Society (TWS) is an international organization committed to addressing national and international issues that affect the current and future status of wildlife in North America and throughout the world. Membership is open to wildlife professionals, students, and supporters who are interested in wildlife science, management, and conservation. Nearly 10,000 members include:
–Scientists, managers, educators, technicians, planners, consultants, and others who manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats.
–Students who are pursuing degrees and experience that will enable them to become the next generation of wildlife professionals.
–Supporters who help spread the word and take action on important wildlife and habitat issues.
You can find more information about TWS at http://wildlife.org/
Holiday Happy Hour
Please join TWS for a holiday happy hour and networking event presented by the Southern California Chapter of the Western Section of The Wildlife Society. The event will be held at Tiger!Tiger! Tavern in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego. This will be a great opportunity to network with other biologists, connect with WTS, and enjoy some delicious beer and wine! Happy hour will start at 5:30 pm and snacks will be provided.
When: Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Where: Tiger!Tiger! Tavern, 3025 El Cajon Boulevard, North Park, CA
**Park on the street. See attached flyer for more information.
Students who may be interested in joining the Southern California Chapter or starting up a student chapter of TWS at their respective college or university, may reach out via email (email@example.com) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/socalwildlife). ( http://www.facebook.com/socalwildlife%29. )
Western Section Annual Meeting
The 2016 Annual Meeting of the Western Section of The Wildlife Society will be held in Pomona during February 22-26, 2016. The call for posters is still open, the deadline to submit abstracts is December 15. The links below have more information about the conference.