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Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Wildlife Profession

Panel Discussion   Panel discussions will take place live at their scheduled times.   As a diverse profession, perhaps the only things we collectively share our love for wild places, wild things, and dedicating our lives to the sustainment of natural resources. Uniquely, our vocation is also our avocation. As members of The Wildlife Society, […]

Women of Wildlife (WOW) in the Field

Panel Discussion Panel discussions will take place live at their scheduled times.   Women are scientists and adventurers, despite the many images of men dominating these fields. Our panel discussion starts with women who describe female approaches in the field, from leadership to safety issues, and the benefits of diversifying perspectives in a work environment. […]

Avian-Solar Interactions; State of the Science

Panel Discussion Panel discussions will take place live at their scheduled times.   Questions on avian-solar interactions have increased as more utility scale photo voltaic (PV) solar development occurs. Several research projects are underway to gain a better understanding of these interactions. Join us for this panel discussion to hear a quick update on the […]

Much More Than a First Aid Kit: Keeping Everyone Safe in the Field

Panel Discussion Panel discussions will take place live at their scheduled times.   Fieldwork is a critical part of wildlife research and management. Most University wildlife programs, state and federal wildlife agencies, consulting firms and non-governmental organizations have safety guidelines for those conducting fieldwork. Some offer training. Often there are required forms to fill out, […]