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THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY
MICHIGAN CHAPTER

About us

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Latest News 

For the latest updates on the 2024 conference in March, check out our Annual Conference page. 

The new Fall Newsletter features highlights from events this year and upcoming events for MITWS members and important announcements about the annual conference. Check out the Documents tab to access the current and past newsletters.

Not a member of the Michigan Chapter? Register as a MITWS member here.

We are on Instagram! Come follow us at @michigantws to get chapter updates and meet some of our members.

 

 


 

The Chapter Functions

  • to promote sound stewardship of wildlife and other environmental resources

  • to increase appreciation of wildlife values

  • to promote the highest standards in wildlife professional activities.

The Michigan Chapter of The Wildlife Society was founded in 1982. Chapter members include administrators of government wildlife programs, research scientists, managers, technicians, private consultants, educators, enforcement personnel, information specialists and students.

The Chapter Works

  • participation in advisory groups which review and comment on current wildlife policies, budgets, legislation and projects.

  • participation in the Midwest Fish and Wildlife conference and other resource- oriented meetings

  • maintenance of a membership directory

  • publication of a Chapter newsletter

Activities

The Michigan Chapter of TWS sponsors a Spring conference each year.  The conferences provide a forum for invited speakers and member presentations.  Topics focus on (but are not limited to) issues of particular importance to Michigan such as the impact of industrial and agricultural activities on wildlife, the simultaneous management for wildlife and forest products, and the ecology of important wildlife species in Michigan.

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