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TWO YEARS TOO MANY… TIME TO RECONNECT

It’s great to be back!

The wildlife community is buzzing with excitement for TWS’ 29th Annual Conference in Spokane, Washington. Live and in-person for the first time in over two years, our members are eager to learn, network, and engage like it’s the twenty-teens. Previous conferences in neighboring Oregon have drawn over 2,000 attendees. Join us in reconnecting with friends both old and new.

It’s a good fit! 

No matter what your brand or mission, chances are you will find your audience at #TWS2022. We regularly have attendees from all 50 U.S. states, several Canadian provinces, sovereign tribes, and beyond. Our attendees are researchers, executives, technicians, professors, land managers, decision-makers, policy analysts, statisticians, students, and more. They work across all sectors including state, provincial, and federal agencies, tribal governments, corporations, non-profits, and universities/colleges. Outside of work, they enjoy traveling, hunting, fishing, birdwatching, hiking, kayaking, camping, photographing, and most other forms of outdoor recreation.

It’s a lot of fun!

With the built-up anticipation for face-to-face connection, expect this year’s conference to exude a heightened sense of comradery among conference participants. Mingle with as many as 2,000 (or more!) wildlife professionals and students in a place of opportunity, discovery, and beauty; where exploring Spokane Falls is as easy as exploring the Members Activity Center & Trade Show. From all-conference events to one-on-one networking, you’ll be sure to find everything as we celebrate not only our science, but the joy of being back together!

Sponsorship opportunities

Contact TWS Business Relations & Conferences Manager, Nick Wesdock, at nwesdock@wildlife.org or 301-897-9770.