Wildlife Management Institute

Wildlife Management Institute (WMI)

Address:1146 19th St NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036

Phone:202-371-1808
Fax:202-408-5059
Web: www.wildlifemanagementinstitute.org
Established: 1911. Description:Private, nonprofit, organization committed to the conservation, enhancement, and sound management of North America's wildlife and other natural resources. Dues: $35/year general membership (different rates for professionals, students, institutions).
Publications: Outdoor News Bulletin (monthly); free to members.

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Wildlife Management Institute President Steve Williams said state and federal managers do disagree about hunting on refuges at times, but they typically work out those differences.
Wildlife Management Institute, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
org/) has seen its habitat dwindle 80 percent , according to the Wildlife Management Institute.
In particular, the formation of the Wildlife Management Institute in 1911 by sportsmen/businessmen gravely concerned about the dramatic declines of many wildlife populations was instrumental in changing the perspectives of the advancing Canadian profession.
Fish and Wildlife Service and the Wildlife Management Institute.
I think we've reached a tipping point in public awareness," says Steven Williams, president of the Wildlife Management Institute, adding, "Sportsmen want a seat at the table.
That's why the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) and the McGraw Wildlife Foundation initiated a program for nonhunting students in natural resource disciplines at the University of Wisconsin and Penn State.
based Wildlife Management Institute $50,000 to develop a lead bullet awareness program to educate hunters.
Don McKenzie of the Wildlife Management Institute in Ward received the Arkansas Wildlife Federation Harold Alexander Award for his work developing an alternative to the Corps of Engineers Grand Prairie Irrigation Project.
Don McKenzie of the Wildlife Management Institute asks, "How much cropland does this country need?
A wildlife biologist and prolific writer, Jahn worked for the Wildlife Management Institute for more than 30 years, serving as president from 1987 to 1991.
Gabrielson left the Fish and Wildlife Service in 1946 to accept the presidency of the Wildlife Management Institute, a nonprofit organization that serves as advisor to state and federal conservation agencies.

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