Several workshops will be held at the 21st annual conference of The Wildlife Society to be held October 25-30, 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Many of these may be of interest to people working with birds.
This is a preliminary list. They will be adding more sessions through July as each one is confirmed.
All workshops will be full day sessions held on Saturday, Oct. 25, unless noted otherwise.
- Human-Carnivore Interactions and Management in the Eastern USA
- Estimating Resource Selection Using R
- Feedback for Student Reviewers of TWS Journals (Workshop scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 28, half day session)
- Conservation Affairs and Subunit Leadership Workshop
- Animal Trapping Techniques for Researchers and Managers
- Flipped Learning in Natural Resources: How to Get Started (Half Day Workshop)
- Wildlife Data Management Fundamentals
- Urban Conservation in a Revitalized ‘Steel City’
- Analyses of Wildlife Spatial Behaviors with T-LoCoH (Half Day Workshop)
- Model-based Inference for Rare, Clustered Populations: Dealing with Excess Zeroes
- Behind the Scenes of Scientific Publication and Critical Review 3.0
- Research and Management of Novel Infectious Diseases in Reptiles and Amphibians
The current list of workshops can be found here: http://wildlifesociety.org/workshops/
The meeting website is here: http://wildlifesociety.org/