2021 Annual Meeting

Digital Access Available for Purchase through July 31, 2021

Miss the Meeting and Want Access to Digital Content? It’s not too late to register!  You may purchase digital access to the meeting platform — All on-demand content will be available until July 31, 2021. To register – sign up here. ($50 members/$95 non-members)

Thank You Meeting Participants  —  Don’t forget about your TWS-WS Virtual Digital Access!

Link to Whova Platform: https://whova.com/portal/webapp/amvbt_202101/

Reminder – the virtual site will remain open for the next 6 months and you can log in to take advantage of the On-Demand content through July 31, 2021.  To watch these recordings, click on the respective agenda item; and then click on the “Recorded Video” button to launch the video.

**On Demand**  — These are the sessions that have recordings available to watch on-demand:

General Sessions

  • Plenary 1: A New Era or More Gridlock? Policy Outlook for Wildlife
  • Keynote: Merav Ben-David – We have a moral obligation to act: a journey from the Arctic Ocean to the US Senate race
  • Member’s Town Hall & Awards
  • Diversity Forum: Workplace Safety – Considerations of Diversity for Wildlife Professional’s Inclusion
  • Plenary 2: Projected Changes to Landscapes and Wildlife in a Dynamic Fire Regime

Contributed Technical Papers – Oral Presentations & Moderated Panel Discussions

  • Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles;
  • Ecology and Conservation of Carnivores
  • Spotted Owl Ecology and Conservation
  • Innovative Approaches in Wildlife Management
  • Wildlife and Climate Change
  • Ecology and Conservation of Birds
  • Barred Owl Biology and Management
  • Feral Cat Management and Public Communication – Challenges and Solutions
  • Ecology and Conservation of Large Mammals
  • Sage Grouse and Great Basin Ecosystems
  • Ecology and Conservation of Bats
  • Ecology and Conservation of Large Mammals
  • Ecology and Conservation of Small Mammals
  • Incorporating Indigenous Ecological Knowledge into Wildlife Management
  • Wildlife Techniques and Technologies
  • Recreation and Human Impacts to Wildlife

Poster Session — Bats; Mammals; Birds; General/Non-Species

Wildlife Photos & Films — GreenFire -and- Deer 139 -and- Celebrate Wildlife Slideshow


  • Publishing Papers & Peer Review
  • Wildlife Careers Symposium
  • Resume Workshop
  • How “Not” to Give a Scientific Presentation
  • Federal Careers Workshop
  • Job Interview Panel
  • Observation and Nature Drawing with John Muir Laws
  • Wildlife Photography for Wildlife Biologists
  • E-Fence Wildlife Exclusion – New Features and Benefits