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Moderators Needed for Backyard Wildlife Facebook Group

The Backyard Wildlife of the Southwest Facebook group has over 13,000 followers and growing. The group was created to make a safe place to celebrate and learn about local wildlife. We share photos, articles, and experiences, ask questions, learn wildlife facts, improve human-wildlife interactions, and more.

The group’s Admins (Jessica Moreno, Tina Baker, and Elisabeth Scoville) are seeking Moderators to join their team. Moderators help approve members requests, remove and block trolls and bots, respond to member reported posts, and moderate appropriate content on the group feed. Moderators also help share wildlife information and events, correct misconceptions, and educate about local wildlife. This is a volunteer gig, but the time commitment is flexible.

Contact Jessica at wildlifepathways@gmail.com for more information.

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2018 AZTWS Chapter Awards

We congratulate each of our deserving 2018 awardees:
Barbara Hawke, John Goodwin, Stan Cunningham, Holly Barton, and Kay Nicholson.

Every February we come together to recognize our best, chosen among the many deserving people nominated each year by their peers. This year marked the 52nd Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona and New Mexico Wildlife and Fisheries Societies, hosted in Albuquerque, NM. We encourage our members to nominate deserving people or organizations for these annual awards, and as has been the case in the past, our chapter was privileged this year to receive several worthy nominations for well-deserving individuals working to conserve wildlife. Below are summaries of each award, awardee, and the outstanding achievements for which they were nominated.

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