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We are a scientific and educational organization serving and representing wildlife professionals in New York State. We promote the highest possible standards among those working with wildlife resources and the public that use them. We strive to increase awareness and appreciation of wildlife values. We also seek to ensure that wildlife resources and their habitats are managed according to sound biological, economic, and social principles.

Join us at Brown's Revolution Hall
Troy, NY

New York Chapter of The Wildlife Society

2024 Annual Meeting

Impacts of Renewable Energy on Wildlife

 

March 15, 2024
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Early-registration Deadline: March 1, 2024 11:59PM

Registration fee will increase following this date.

 

Agenda - Coming soon!

 

 

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Reasons to Join

We keep you up-to-date on wildlife issues and policies relevant to New York. Our state chapter holds a research-based annual meeting, a student chapter conclave, and professional development workshops, and regional social events, providing members various opportunities to network and learn from speakers, workshops, and field trips.

 

We also provide awards, scholarships, and fun activities such as raffles and quiz bowls!

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Students

Have you checked out American Conservation Experience (ACE) for job opportunities? The US Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service are both using the organization to hire short and long-term positions. 

Wildife Policy

On March 10th, The Great American Outdoors Act (S.3422) was introduced into the Senate. This bill proposes permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and would establish a fund to address the deferred maintenance backlog of DOI and USFS lands.

Books

A new book on deer management, published by NY TWS members! For forest landowners managers,agency biologists, college educators, consultants, students, and hunters.

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