of The Wildlife Society
THEME: “Restoration Works! Restoration Success Stories in Wildlife Conservation
We are accepting Contributed Papers for a wide range of wildlife topics.
We invite abstracts for presentations and posters on all wildlife research and management, habitat management, conservation programs and practices, and application of research findings to conservation and management practices, including both completed work and work in progress. This year’s accepted abstracts will be published in the Fall issue of the journal Northwestern Naturalist following the meeting, the open access flagship publication for the Society for Northwest Vertebrate Biology!
* We strongly encourage students to present posters or oral presentations! All student presentations (full oral and poster) will be considered for “best presentation” and “best poster” awards.
Contributed Paper Oral Presentations (Full Oral): Maximum 20 minute presentation. Plan approximately 15-18 minutes for the presentation and 2-3 minutes to answer audience questions. PowerPoint presentations are encouraged but are not required.
Poster Presentations: Topic is presented on a 4x4 foot or smaller poster. A formal poster session is provided for viewers and authors to ask and answer questions.
Abstracts for all oral presentations and posters must be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word documents by January 26, 2024. Please follow abstract preparation instructions here.