Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society

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Wildlife enthusiasts in the Moscow, ID, area this coming week, come check out our Fish & Wildlife Film Fest!

https://www.facebook.com/events/386069048844263/

https://vimeo.com/325709465
Is there an email address or website that allows us to get in contact with someone about volunteering at the upcoming meeting?
ANOTHER Mountain lion killed as people are not required to leash their pets. 😭

A male Mountain lion killed after attacking a dog. Prior to attacking the dog, the cat was mortally wounded as it had gotten stuck in a snare-trap 😭 for an extended period of time and it had a severe wound around its neck. The severe injury to the lion’s neck prompted the animal to come closer to town in search of a less elusive meal to eat.

😈 Was the "snare trap" that initially injured this mountain lion set by Wildlife services?? 😈 It's basically the same geographic area that they placed a predator control device (i.e. cyanide bomb) in that led to the death of another family dog last year. Perhaps it was even the same "trapper". 😈

SHAME on the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services division.

#Puma #Cougar #MountainLion #AmursOfTheRussianFarEast #Пума #NorthAmericanMountainLion #Catamount #SAVETheMountainLion #BANTrophyHunting #BANHoundHunting #BANTrapping #IdahoDepartmentOfFishAndGame #IDFG #UnitedStatesDepartmentOfAgricultureWildlifeService #USDA #USDAWS #Idaho #IdahoFishAndWildlifeOffice #VisitIdaho

https://idahostatejournal.com/members/mountain-lion-killed-after-mauling-dog-to-death-on-buckskin/article_77e55e70-c911-52f5-a9ed-e8950a18fb6e.html

A nonprofit scientific and educational association dedicated to active and careful management and conservation of wildlife and their habitats in Idaho.

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Idaho Chapter - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY 03/02/2021

Idaho Chapter - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

A BIG THANK YOU, to everyone who attended, and helped execute a successful virtual conference last week! It was well attended with over 200 tickets sold! We want to take another quick moment to recognize a few folks:

Our New Executive Board Members:
• Morgan Pfander — Vice President
• Zoe Duran — Secretary

Award Winners:
• Don Kemner — Charles E. Harris Professional Wildlifer
• Chris Yarbrough — Randall B. Smith Emerging Leader
• Krista Biorn — Special Recognition

Scholarship Winners:
• Autumn King
• Kristina Parker
• Elise Stacy

Grant Winner:
• Eden Ravecca

Photo Contest Winners (images resized below):
• Eden Ravecca
• Anna Owsiak
• Bryan Stevens

Best Student Poster
• Cory Allred

Best Student Presentation
• Corina Sanchez

Best Professional Presentation
• Scott Bergen

Additionally, if you weren’t able to attend the conference you can still register and view the content on-demand by visiting our webpage!

https://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/

Idaho Chapter - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Welcome to the Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society Latest News 2021 ICTWS Annual Meeting It is time! Register now for this year’s ICTWS Virtual Conference February 22-25...

02/18/2021

Calling all science teachers!

Calling all science teachers!

Photos from Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society's post 02/17/2021

Here is the Schedule for next week's Conference!

Get your tickets here:
https://registration.socio.events/e/ictws2021

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science 02/08/2021

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science

Folks we are two weeks out... register for this year's virtual conference now!!!

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science Please select registration type from the options below. Note that if you renew your ICTWS membership through national TWS there is no need to pay for a membership here.

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science 01/28/2021

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science

It is time! Register now for this year’s ICTWS Virtual Conference February 22-25, 2021!

ICTWS 2021 Virtual Conference - Technology and the Evolution of Wildlife Science Please select registration type from the options below.

Idaho Chapter: Annual Meeting - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY 01/26/2021

Idaho Chapter: Annual Meeting - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

We need more presentations for this year's virtual conference. Take 15 minutes to record what you are working on these days, to share with the wildlife students and professionals of Idaho! Recorded presentations are due February 15th, no later! Instructions for submitting can be found under the "Call for Abstracts" here: https://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/annual-meeting/

Idaho Chapter: Annual Meeting - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY ©Jasper Nance, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Annual Meeting This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually February 22-25, 2021. Participate in this year’s conference, from the comfort of wherever, and share your ideas with potential...

wildlife.org 01/06/2021

Idaho Chapter: Annual Meeting - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Interested in presenting at this year's Virtual Conference? Submit your Abstract by January 25th! Details here:

https://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/annual-meeting/

wildlife.org ©Jasper Nance, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Annual Meeting This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually February 22-25, 2021. Participate in this year’s conference, from the comfort of wherever, and share your ideas with potential...

wildlife.org 01/05/2021

Idaho Chapter: Resources - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

The ICTWS 2021 Grant Cycle is now open! Deadline is February 8th. Need assistance for projects? Apply now: https://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/resources/

wildlife.org ©Aaron Hawkins, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Resources Grants Management, Conservation, and Education Grant Program The purpose of the Management, Conservation, and Education Grant Program (MCGP) is to promote and financially assist projec...

wildlife.org 12/31/2020

Idaho Chapter: Resources - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Did you know ICTWS provides scholarships? Up to $1,500 for Undergraduate Scholarships, $2,000 for MA/MS Scholarships, and $2,000 for PhD Graduate Scholarships! Deadline is January 15th! Apply now:

wildlife.org ©Aaron Hawkins, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Resources Grants Management, Conservation, and Education Grant Program The purpose of the Management, Conservation, and Education Grant Program (MCGP) is to promote and financially assist projec...

wildlife.org 12/15/2020

Idaho Chapter: Annual Meeting - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Deadline for submitting abstracts for this year's virtual conference is fast approaching! Don't miss out!

wildlife.org ©Jasper Nance, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Annual Meeting This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually February 22-25, 2021. Participate in this year’s conference, from the comfort of wherever, and share your ideas with potential...

wildlife.org 12/15/2020

Idaho Chapter: Membership - THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

ICTWS Members receive the most up-to-date information for wildlife professionals in Idaho. Register here:

wildlife.org ©Larry Crist/USFWS, licensed by cc 2.0 Chapter Home About Membership Annual Meeting Awards Resources Contact Membership Promoting Excellence in Wildlife Stewardship through Science and Education Membership to the Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society (ICTWS) is available to wildlife professionals i...

01/24/2020

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01/24/2020

2019 ICTWS Annual Conference Registration

It’s time to register for this year’s annual conference March 9-12 in Moscow, Idaho! Register and find a general outline of the meeting’s events here:
https://form.jotform.com/ICTWS/2020-ictws-annual-conference-regist

EARLY REGISTRATION will be available until FEBRUARY 23rd, 2020, then there will be a fee increase. Meeting gifts available while supplies last, workshops will cost $20. See registration page for more details.

form.jotform.us Please click the link to complete this form.

01/07/2020

Hey ICTWS Members! Did you miss our first call for abstracts? You’re in luck. Here’s a 2nd call to present at this year’s ICTWS conference in Moscow Idaho, March 9-12.

Need ideas?—tell us about conservation genetics, methods/techniques/field sampling/monitoring, habitat management, or wildlife management.

Just getting started?—Sign up for a 5 minute IGNITE talk to introduce your project or ideas and get the conversation going!

Our new deadline is January 24th, 2020. If your data isn’t analyzed, submit a title placeholder to save your spot!

Submission instructions attached or visit https://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/annual-meeting/

theguardian.com 11/05/2018

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018, the winners – in pictures

Some amazing photos...the infrared bat(s?) are amazing!

theguardian.com From a bat’s hunting flight to a mountain hare in a storm, this year’s winning images capture the behaviour and variety of our wildlife

pnwclimateconference.org 09/25/2018

Northwest Climate Conference | Home

Be sure to check out the Ninth Annual Northwest Climate Conference happening October 9-11th in Boise, ID. Click the link for more details http://pnwclimateconference.org/

pnwclimateconference.org JOIN US IN BOISE October 9-11 at the Riverside Hotel for the 9th Annual Northwest Climate Conference. The Northwest Climate Conference annually brings together more than 300 researchers and practitioners from around the region to discuss scientific results, challenges, and solutions related to the i...

wildlife.org 05/20/2018

Idaho Chapter | THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Our website address has changed! Our new page is now part of the National TWS site at http://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/. Our previous site (ictws.org) will soon disappear so please re-link to our new site or remember that it's embedded within the National TWS site.

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wildlife.org 05/20/2018

Idaho Chapter: History | THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY

Thank you to all who made our eastern Idaho meeting a success this year. It was very well attended and great to see such a large representation by our student constituents. In case you missed the 2018 ICTWS meeting in Fort Hall, Idaho, view the program and abstracts at http://wildlife.org/idaho-chapter/history/.

wildlife.org 2018 ICTWS Meeting Program2018 ICTWS Meeting Abstracts2017 Joint ICTWS and ICAFS Meeting Program2017 Joint ICTWS and ICAFS Meeting AbstractsHistory of Annual Meetings with Dates and Locations2016 Joint ICTWS, WCTWS, SNVB, and NW PARC Meeting Program2016 Joint ICTWS, WCTWS, SNVB, and NW PARC Meeting....

ictws.org 03/01/2018

Register for the Annual Meeting | Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Online registration for the ICTWS Meeting closes SOON. If you're not registered yet, please do so now!

http://ictws.org/meetingRegistration.php

ictws.org Our members manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats. They actively manage forests, conserve wetlands, restore endangered species, and enhance biological diversity.

[02/23/18]   Early Registration rates for the annual ICTWS meeting ends today at midnight. Save yourself $50 and register today! See you there!

02/22/2018

Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society

Happening soon! See you there!

Registration for the Annual ICTWS meeting is OPEN

To save $$, register before February 23rd!

Greetings ICTWS Members! Details of the 2018 Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting have been finalized and registration is now open. Due to unavoidable circumstances the ICTWS Executive Committee has elected to change the venue of the annual meeting. The annual meeting will now be located at the Shoshone Bannock Hotel & Event Center located in Fort Hall, ID. This facility is a very modern hotel and event center and will serve as an excellent location for our meeting. More information on the facility and details on the ICTWS room block can be found here. In addition to the location change, we will also be adjusting the schedule to put us in line with our traditional meeting timeline. The meeting will be taking place from Monday, March 5th through the Wednesday, March 7th. We apologize for the last minute adjustments and we hope that all participants can accommodate these changes.

Registration Details can be found here (http://ictws.org/meetingRegistration.php)

To make your hotel room reservation please see the Accommodations page (http://ictws.org/accommodations.php)

Meeting Schedule details can be seen on the website (http://ictws.org/meetingSchedule.php).

Meeting Theme: “The Future of the Wildlife Profession”
Our field and many other science based professions are experiencing a disconnect in public perception and the policies that develop from changes in society. We would like to start a conversation about the future of our profession and its relevance in a rapidly changing society. We would like to visit the core of what we do as wildlife professionals and also explore emerging technologies and hurdles we see coming down the road and how we can meet them.

Presenters and Moderators:
Abstract submission is closed but presenters and moderators can get additional information on the website (http://ictws.org/presenterModerator.php)

[01/26/18]   Make sure you renew your ICTWS membership when you register for the ICTWS meeting!

ictws.org 01/26/2018

Register for the Annual Meeting | Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Registration for the Annual ICTWS meeting is OPEN

To save $$, register before February 23rd!

Greetings ICTWS Members! Details of the 2018 Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting have been finalized and registration is now open. Due to unavoidable circumstances the ICTWS Executive Committee has elected to change the venue of the annual meeting. The annual meeting will now be located at the Shoshone Bannock Hotel & Event Center located in Fort Hall, ID. This facility is a very modern hotel and event center and will serve as an excellent location for our meeting. More information on the facility and details on the ICTWS room block can be found here. In addition to the location change, we will also be adjusting the schedule to put us in line with our traditional meeting timeline. The meeting will be taking place from Monday, March 5th through the Wednesday, March 7th. We apologize for the last minute adjustments and we hope that all participants can accommodate these changes.

Registration Details can be found here (http://ictws.org/meetingRegistration.php)

To make your hotel room reservation please see the Accommodations page (http://ictws.org/accommodations.php)

Meeting Schedule details can be seen on the website (http://ictws.org/meetingSchedule.php).

Meeting Theme: “The Future of the Wildlife Profession”
Our field and many other science based professions are experiencing a disconnect in public perception and the policies that develop from changes in society. We would like to start a conversation about the future of our profession and its relevance in a rapidly changing society. We would like to visit the core of what we do as wildlife professionals and also explore emerging technologies and hurdles we see coming down the road and how we can meet them.

Presenters and Moderators:
Abstract submission is closed but presenters and moderators can get additional information on the website (http://ictws.org/presenterModerator.php)

ictws.org Our members manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats. They actively manage forests, conserve wetlands, restore endangered species, and enhance biological diversity.

[12/18/17]   Second Call for Abstracts!

If you missed the first deadline, don’t worry you have a second chance! We are sending out a second call for abstracts for the upcoming Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. The deadline for the second call for abstracts is January 19th. Don’t miss this one as there will not be a third! We need more Ignite presentations and posters so please give this some consideration as these are great options for quick project updates! We are still considering full oral presentations as well!

ictws.org 12/11/2017

Latest News | Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Student Scholarship Opportunity!

The Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society is currently accepting applications for its 2018 Annual Student Scholarships. The purpose of the scholarships is to assist with college education costs for undergraduate and graduate students whose professional goals support the mission and objectives of The Wildlife Society. ICTWS is offering a $1,500 scholarship for undergraduate students and a $2,000 scholarship for graduate students. Application materials may be found on the ICTWS website at: http://ictws.org/resources.php#schol

Please disseminate and promote this scholarship opportunity to prospective students.

Note that we have revised the eligibility requirements for undergraduates in hopes of encouraging more students to apply.

For further information please contact the ICTWS Scholarship Committee:

Sylvia Copeland – [email protected]
Jon Dudley – [email protected]
Tricia Hosch-Hebdon – [email protected]

ictws.org Our members manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats. They actively manage forests, conserve wetlands, restore endangered species, and enhance biological diversity.

ictws.org 12/05/2017

Latest News | Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Request for Grant Applications

The ICTWS established a Management, Conservation, & Education Grant Program to promote and financially assist projects that further the purpose of scientifically sound wildlife and habitat management in Idaho. ICTWS will award grants up to a maximum of $2,000 annually, depending on availability of funds. There is no grant minimum. Matching funds and partnerships are encouraged, but not required. Eligibility criteria, application process and forms are found on the ICTWS website (http://www.ictws.org/).

The application deadline is February 1, 2018 and applications should be submitted by e-mail to Toni Holthuijzen ([email protected]). Please, put ICTWS MCE Grant Program in the subject line of your e-mail with application materials. In case you have questions, contact Toni Holthuijzen by e-mail or by cell phone (208-949-1338).

ictws.org Our members manage, conserve, and study wildlife populations and habitats. They actively manage forests, conserve wetlands, restore endangered species, and enhance biological diversity.

ictws.org 12/04/2017

Membership | Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Renew your ICTWS membership today! Visit http://ictws.org/membership.php

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11/14/2017

Be sure to attend the Idaho Climate Summit on November 16 &17! Visit http://www.idahoclimatesummit.com/ to learn more!

[11/13/17]   Call For Papers!

I hope you are looking forward to attending the 2018 ICTWS Meeting to be held in Idaho Falls from March 6 - March 8, 2018. The theme for the conference is The Future of the Wildlife Profession. The due date for the submission of abstracts for papers and posters is December 15, 2017. Please submit your abstract to Andrew Mackey ([email protected]). Please inquire about opportunities to volunteer at the meeting! I'm looking forward to hearing some great talks and seeing some mind-provoking posters!

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Welcome! We are the Idaho affiliation of The Wildlife Society, an internationally recognized advocate for excellence in wildlife stewardship. We are a nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to active and careful management and conservation of wildlife and their habitats in Idaho. Chapter committees and members provide scientific and educational information at annual professional conferences, during organization and public meetings, for wildlife policy reviews, and in school classrooms.
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