If you would like to participate as a citizen/community scientist, please register here or use the link on the flyer. If you would like to participate as an expert, email email@example.com.
The Wildlife Society is accepting applications for the Leadership Institute Class of 2019. This program provides early-career professionals with training to develop their leadership and mentoring skills. Participants will also receive a grant to attend The Wildlife Society’s annual conference in Reno, Nevada in October 2019.
The program runs from May to October, and the deadline for applications is March 24, 2019.
2019 AZ/NM TWS/AFS Joint Annual Meeting News
A reminder that the 2019 JAM is February 7-9 in Albuquerque!
We have several changes to announce:
- Due to the federal government shutdown, there will not be a late registration fee beginning on January 15. Registration will remain at $180 after this date. See http://wildlife.org/nm-chapter/annual-meeting/ to register and find more information on JAM 2019
. Thedeadline for submitting abstracts and submitting to the student paper and poster competition has been extended to January 25th! Information on submitting abstracts can be downloaded here.
- The deadline for the Native American TWS scholarship to assist with attendance at the conference is extended to January 15. Click here for more information.
- A reminder about the annual photo contest: Rules, contest categories, and submission instructions at http://wildlife.org/nm-chapter/annual-meeting/
See you in February!