WCW Student-Professional Workshop Series

SEHwithDeerTrap.jpg The WCW hosts workshops on wildlife management and reserach techniques. 

Check back for more information on future workshops.

 National Wildlife Control Training Program

​The NWCTP is on online training program for wildlife control operators and professionals.

WCW Director Scott Hygnstrom 
co-edited this training text manual, available here

 Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society

The 2020 Meeting of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Wildlife Society planning is underway! Check back for details. 

Conferences and Workshops  

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The Wildlife Soceity will be traveling to Louisville, Kentucky, in the fall of 2020 for its 27th Annual Conference. The Wildlife Society (TWS) conference is where wildlife students and professionals meet with their colleagues, present groundbreaking research, and enhance their interdisciplinary skills. This conference offers the opportunity to learn, network, and engage with other TWS members from across North America and beyond. Scheduled dates are September 27 to October 1, 2020.

At this time, The Wildlife Society plans to proceed with the conference as scheduled. Check back for more information regarding updates related to COVID-19. 

The WCW Director, Scott Hygnstrom, has served as Chair of each of the following TWS Working Groups and encourages wildlife students and professionals to be active in these and other TWS organizations.

Hunting, Trapping, and Conservation Working Group

Wildlife Damage Management Working Group

Wildlife Diseases Working Group

UWSP-CNR Applied Master of Sciences in Natural Resources Degree Program

The Applied Master of Sciences in Natural Resources is designed for working professionals who are:

•Seeking professional development

•Seeking a Master's Degree

•Looking to increase their knowledge and leadership skills relative to natural resources and environmental education

For more information, see http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr/AMP/Pages/default.aspx