Global Wildlife Resources will present their annual wildlife chemical immobilization training course at Lethbridge College, in Lethbridge, Alberta, from April 24-26 (Tues-Thurs), 2018. This 3-day course is specifically designed for the needs of persons working with free-ranging and/or captive wildlife, including biologists, veterinarians, technical staff, and students. The co-instructors will be Dr. Mark Johnson (Global Wildlife Resources) of Hamilton, Montana, and Dr. Marc Cattet (RGL Recovery Wildlife Health & Veterinary Services) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Course enrolment is limited to 25 people. Interested individuals can register and/or find additional information, including the course outline, at Global Wildlife Resources’ Training Schedule webpage.
April 26 in Calgary.
A message from the CSTWS:
Registration is now open! Please join us for the Canadian Section and Manitoba Chapter of The Wildlife Society Joint Conference and associated AGMs in Winnipeg, Manitoba on March 16-17th, 2018.
The Joint Conference Website can be found here: http://www.tws-mb.com/2018-joint-annual-general-meeting-conference
Registration for the Joint Conference can be found here: http://www.tws-mb.com/2018-joint-agm/2018-agm-registration-1
CSTWS Student Travel Grants: Please don’t forget to check out and apply for the CSTWS Student Travel grants valued at up to $1000. To apply, please submit the travel grant application PLUS your abstract for the conference to Dr. Nicola Koper: firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline, Feb. 2, 2018.
Call for Paper and Posters: We are now accepting paper and poster abstract submissions for the 2018 joint AGM of The Canadian Section and The Manitoba Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Please see the CSTWS Call For Papers & Posters for all of the details. We look forward to your submissions!
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Secretary, Canadian Section of TWS