ALASKA CHAPTER OF THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Excellence in Conservation and Stewardship of Alaska’s Wildlife Resources through Science, Education, and Information Sharing.

ALASKA CHAPTER OF THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Excellence in Conservation and Stewardship of Alaska’s Wildlife Resources through Science, Education, and Information Sharing.

ALASKA CHAPTER OF THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Excellence in Conservation and Stewardship of Alaska’s Wildlife Resources through Science, Education, and Information Sharing.

ALASKA CHAPTER OF THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Excellence in Conservation and Stewardship of Alaska’s Wildlife Resources through Science, Education, and Information Sharing.

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2023 Meeting Dates Announced

Mark your calendars! The 2023 Annual Meeting will be held from April 10-14, 2023 at the Morris Thompson Cultural Center in Fairbanks.  The theme is One Health Approach to Human Interactions with, and uses of, Wildlife (Part II). Our program already has events such as...

DEI Introduces Peer Networking in Alaska TWS

Peer Networking in Alaska TWS Research that is performed by diverse teams results in better science (Hofstra et al. 2020). However, there are many barriers to inclusion for some pursuing a career in science. Increasing connectedness and developing peer support...

Help Plan Our Next Conference!

Do you want to help plan Alaska's best wildlife conference? Sound like something you'd be interested in? Email twsalaska (at) gmail.com and we'll send you details when we meet! About the Working Group The Conference Organizing Working Group organizes the Chapter's...

OUR MISSION

 

The mission of the Alaska Chapter of The Wildlife Society is to benefit the long-term health of Alaska’s wildlife and the sustained use and enjoyment of these resources by the public we collectively serve. In meeting our mandate, the Alaska Chapter serves as an objective, science-based organization that provides information and thoughtful analysis on important and relevant issues pertaining to conservation of wildlife and their habitats.

The Alaska Chapter was founded in 1971. It is a nonprofit organization of professional wildlife biologists dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education. Our Chapter is one of the largest in the country. We have over 200 members in state and federal agencies, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, and private industry.

We actively promote the conservation of wildlife and their habitats through educational outreach and the production of technical reviews and position papers.

The Alaska Chapter of The Wildlife Society is a non-profit organization of professional wildlife biologists dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education.

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