Devil's Lake Trip
Devil's Lake Waterfall
Aldo Leopold's Shack
Pleasant Valley Conservatory Seed Collecting
Pleasant Valley Prairie Restoration
Nature Conservancy Prairie Restoration
Northern Saw-whet Owl Banding
The Wildlife Society at UW-Madison
We are the Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society at UW-Madison sponsored by the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology. Our membership is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in wildlife science, management, and conservation.
As a member of the student chapter at UW-Madison, you will associate with faculty and other wildlife professionals as well as fellow wildlife science students. Through bimonthly meetings, long-term field projects, and other functions you will become familiar with wildlife management techniques, become more aware of local, national, and international resource issues, and gain valuable experience and friendships that will serve you well as a wildlife professional. The people you meet through student chapter activities can provide you with information on career prospects.
The Wildlife Society is an international, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization comprised of professionals serving the resource management fields, especially wildlife ecology and management. Founded in 1937 and based in Bethesda, Maryland, The Wildlife Society has more than 8,900 members in 70 countries.
If you are interested in joining our club, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep you informed of upcoming meeting dates and events.
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