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Amazing Networking Opportunity for Wildlife Professionals, Students


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Following last year’s TWS Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, more than 88% of our surveyed attendees reported that the slate of networking opportunities at the conference increased or strengthened their network of contacts. And based on early registration numbers and the wide range of organizations that will be represented at this year’s Annual Conference, you won’t want to miss out on this amazing networking opportunity! Even though the conference is still two months away from kicking off, check out the impressive list of more than 200 organizations that have already pre-registered attendees for the conference: Abbey Grasslands of the Prairie Coteau Advanced Telemetry Systems Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries, Inc. Alpha Mach Amec Foster Wheeler American Fisheries Society American Public University Antioch University Arizona Game & Fish Department Assiniboine Park Zoo Association Book Exhibit Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies Association of Zoos & Aquariums Auburn University Baylor University Bay Mills Indian Community Bemidji State University Boise State University Borderlands Research Institute British Columbia Fish and Wildlife Branch Brookhaven National Lab Bureau of Land Management Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute Cafferata Consulting Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Canadian Wildlife Federation Cardno City of Winnipeg Clemson University Cleveland Metroparks CLS America, Inc. Colorado Parks and Wildlife [...]

 

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