Western Section of The Wildlife Society 2023
Meeting Theme — Challenge Accepted! Confront Obstacles, Create Opportunities
As professionals, we wear many hats and face constant change. In addition to the obvious challenges that confront wildlife research, conservation, and management efforts, we face obstacles in growing our reach and guiding the next generation of professionals: challenges such as competing interests, different backgrounds, and points of view. Throughout my career, I’ve been impressed that wildlife professionals are people of action who care deeply about their work. I challenge us to work together to directly address obstacles and actively create opportunities for wildlife professionals, collaborators, stakeholders, and those future wildlife biologists who are out there! For the 2023 Annual Meeting, I would like us each to throw down the figurative gauntlet, be honest with ourselves and each other, and take critical steps towards meeting challenges in wildlife science, conservation, and management head on. – Randi McCormick, Meeting Chair and TWS-WS President-Elect
When: Monday, February 6th, 2023 – Friday, February 10th, 2023
Where: Riverside Convention Center, California
Wildlife Drones Booth: 8
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