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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Internship Opportunity

Internship Opportunity: The Wildlife Society is currently accepting applications for two paid internships: 1) TWS Joe Burns Memorial Wildlife Policy Internship (one position) 2) TWS Operations and Outreach Internship (one position) The internships will be remote (with...

Bears and wild places

Do you love bears and wild places? Are you looking for something really exciting to do this summer? Here's your chance to go the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary to see bears as they feed along tidal flats and in salmon streams The Alaska Department of Fish and Game...

Annual Meeting Registration

Our first webinar is happening this Friday, May 7th from noon-1pm! Have you registered? We're teaming up with the Loon Video Collaboration to present 5 short films on loon ecology and conservation. All of these videos were produced by talented youths in Alaska! Learn...

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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.