The Wildlife Society is an international, non-profit scientific and educational organization serving and representing wildlife professionals in all areas of wildlife conservation and resource management. Our goal is to promote excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education.
We host a variety of club activities, both indoor and out, as well as several speakers from across the state addressing topics in wildlife management. In addition to our past community service projects, we also visited a bear den, constructed and monitored bluebird houses, hosted movie nights, hosted a campus-wide discussions on climate change and oil exploration in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge, assisted area wildlife managers with local projects, and removal of invasive tree species at local schools.
Duck banding at Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge, Wood Duck Box Monitoring at Rydell National Wildlife Refuge, several environmental education programs at local schools, Prairie Chicken booming ground surveys, prairie seed cleaning, Youth Deer Hunts at Rydell National Wildlife Refuge,
Join us at our next meeting! Contact our adviser or one of the club officers for details.
|Adviser||Dr. John Loegering