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August 2018

16th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles

August 12 - August 15

Hosting an average of more than 300 attendees over the past several years, the symposium represents the largest gathering of non-marine turtle biologists in the world and provides an unmatched opportunity for networking and strategizing turtle conservation.

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September 2018

SW PARC Annual Meeting

September 6 - September 9

The 2018 SW PARC annual meeting will be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, September 6-9, 2018.

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Venomous Herpetology Symposium

September 8 - September 9

The Rattlesnake Conservancy (TRC) and Save the Snakes (STS) are collaborating to hold the first Venomous Herpetology Symposium in Florida. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together zoos, researchers, students, private herpetoculturists, and conservationist in a common setting to discuss various issues in venomous herpetology. The theme this year is “Bridging the Gap,” referring to the gap between the aforementioned group’s conservation efforts and the public. Topics at the symposium will include partnerships, education initiatives, biosecurity, snake bit…

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Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies 108th Annual Meeting

September 9 - September 11

This annual event provides a forum for conservation leadership and brings together more than 700 leaders from fish and wildlife agencies and conservation groups from all 50 states, U.S. Territories, Canada and Mexico in order to discuss conservation policy and management issues and accomplishments. Attendees include key decision makers in the field of fish and wildlife, including; directors, assistant directors, program managers, and others involved in fisheries, wildlife habitat, law enforcement, legal affairs, industry, as well as public affairs (information…

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Northeastern Transportation and Wildlife Conference

September 9 - September 12

The 2018 Northeastern Transportation & Wildlife Conference will be co-hosted by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game. This year's theme is "Partnering for Resilient Infrastructure and Ecosystems." Location: UMass Amherst in Amherst, Massachusetts

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Tennessee Herpetological Society Annual Conference

September 27 - September 29

Location: Lichterman Nature Center in Memphis, Tennessee

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October 2018

The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference

October 7 - October 11

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

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Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference

October 13 - October 14

Thirty years ago, five companies started a non-profit conservation organization to help preserve and enhance biodiversity on corporate lands. The 2018 Conservation Conference will serve as a culmination of a year-round celebration of our founding, our members and partners, the work we’ve accomplished to move biodiversity forward, and the positive impacts we’ve created. We will focus on discussions that are important for corporate conservation, employee engagement and community relations. Gain valuable information and strategies to face the issues and challenges…

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Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 72nd Annual Conference

October 21 - October 24

The annual conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies is a forum for the exchange of ideas and critical information regarding the management and protection of fish and wildlife resources primarily in the southeast. The conference attracts over 500 representatives from state and federal agencies, citizen’s organizations, universities, and private wildlife research groups, fisheries and wildlife scientists, agency enforcement personnel, and other natural resource related organizations. Location: Mobile, Alabama at the Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel

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November 2018

Fish and Wildlife Health Forum

November 13 - November 16

Purpose: To improve the potential to respond to wildlife disease events in the US through the evaluation of existing systems, policies, and procedures. This will be achieved at the forum through sharing and exchanging ideas and approaches among peers who are tackling various aspects of fish and wildlife disease control. Participants will examine opportunities for improved coordination, prevention, rapid response and early intervention. Location: USGS Headquarters in Reston, Virginia

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