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Wildlife Society

Address:5410 Grosvenor Ln, Suite 200
Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone:301-897-9770
Fax:301-530-2471
Web: www.wildlife.org
Established: 1937. Description:Seeks to enhance capabilities and achievements of wildlife professionals in conserving diversity, sustaining productivity, and ensuring responsible use of wildlife resources. Seeks to increase awareness and appreciation of wildlife values. Members: 7,500. Dues: $64/year ($32/year for students and seniors).
Publications: Journal of Wildlife Management (8x a year); $40/year for members online, $60/year for members in print and online. Wildlife Professional (quartery); free to members.

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For more information on The Wildlife Society, REWG, and its conference visit http://wildlife.org.
The Wildlife Society recognizes 150 to 180 scientists worldwide each year as Certified Wildlife Biologists, explained program manager Shannon Pederson.
Many of the signers are members of the Ecological Society of America, Weed Science Society of America and The Wildlife Society's Invasive Species Working Group.
Keane, NSSF senior vice president and general counsel, Gordon Robertson of the American Sportfishing Association, Bryan Bedrosian of Craighead Beringia South and Tom Franklin, past president of The Wildlife Society and currently with the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.
As young wildlife venture out this summer, DEC, The Wildlife Society, American Bird Conservancy and other non-profit organizations want to remind cat owners of the risks posed by their feline friends.
Theagreement took place between the Wildlife Society, An-Najah National University in Nablus and Engineers Without Borders.
A member of the Wildlife Society since 1966, Erich was active in the Alaska Chapter of the Society from 1975 onward.
A survey of senior faculty at 14 universities conducted in 2000 by the Wildlife Society, an international organization of wildlife professionals and students, found the number of wildlife students who hunt decreased by as much as 30 percent over the previous decade and as much as 60 percent over the last 20 years.
"The situation is serious," said Tito Joseph, program manager at the wildlife society, which has tracked poacher arrests and animal-skin seizures in India for more than a decade.
Michael Hutchins, Executive Director of The Wildlife Society, said that "animal rights and conservation are incompatible at the most fundamental level."
Daulos Mauambeta, the executive director of the Wildlife Society of Malawi, proposes an alternative solution: an end to the policy that allows anybody with a license to an unrestricted catch.
Journal of Wildlife Management (published by The Wildlife Society)