Download the complete list of our 2016 Education and Training Opportunities we’re offering during the 23rd Annual Conference.


The complete list of symposia titles being presented at the 23rd Annual Conference is now available!


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Partnerships Across the Spectrum of Wildlife Governance

Pets, Pests, or Wildlife? Managing Free-Roaming Cats And Horses

Recent Approaches for Understanding Spatial Processes Using Hierarchical Metapopulation Models

Response of Amphibians and Reptiles to Anthropogenic Disturbance

Studying Species Interactions from Camera Trap Data – Analyzing the Space-Time Continuum

Where Are We with Wildlife Education?

Zoos as Conservation Partners

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Climate Change and Migratory Birds: Connecting Management Challenges to Research Programs

Communication: The Key to Effective Wildlife Management Programs

Conserving Wildlife in Open-Pine Forests: Management in the Rapidly Changing Southeastern United States

Large Predator Restoration and Management in North America-Part I

Managing Invasive Species at Scales from the Ground to the Landscape: The Power of Partnerships

Women and Minorities in Wildlife Science

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Big Science and Wildlife Diseases: Applying One Health Approaches in the Real World

Ecology and Conservation of North American Forest Grouse: Past, Present, and Future

Is Sustainable Use of Wildlife Sustainable?

Large Predator Restoration and Management in North America-Part II

NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife: Documenting Response

Opportunities for Conservation Advances in Movement Analyses and their Applications to Wildlife Conservation

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Applications of Decision Analysis for Wildlife Population Management

Carnivores: A New Paradigm in Conservation, Management and Coexistence Strategies

Dynamic Disturbances and Community Structure: Beyond the Ashes

Eastern Grasslands and Quail: Moving Conservation Forward

Enhancing Wildlife Reintroduction Success

Science and Management: Turning Disconnect into Synergy

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