Welcome to our media page! We will continue to post videos from our events whenever possible.
Winter getaway 2019
Annual Winter Getaway for the Manitoba Chapter of The Wildlife Society at Wilderness Edge in Pinawa, MB February 8th - 10th 2019 (Created by Emily Thoroski)
Fall Mixer 2018
The 2018 Richard C. Goulden Memorial Award winner, Megan Dudenhoeffer presents her Master's research 'Winter diet and population dynamics of foxes on the Arctic tundra' at the Fall Mixer on November 1st 2018.
Fall Mixer 2018
Fall Mixer 2017- Chloe Warret Rodrigues
The 2017 Richard C. Goulden Memorial Award winner, Chloe Rodrigues presents her talk on ‘Red and Arctic fox sea ice use and dynamic interactions at the edge of the Arctic’.
Celebrating Our Wildlife Conservation Heritage (COWCH) videos
From TWS: "As several key representatives of the first generation of wildlife professionals passed away in 1999, The Wildlife Society Council adopted the COWCH Project with the goal of preserving the history and evolution of the wildlife profession by interviewing influential wildlife biologist, educators, managers, and other pioneers.
To date we have recorded more than 60 COWCH interviews with distinguished leaders in the wildlife profession including students of Aldo Leopold, charter members of TWS, Aldo Leopold Award winners, past-presidents of TWS, and other trail-blazers in wildlife management and conservation. These interviews — along with many more we hope to produce — form a priceless record of the roots of the wildlife profession, which began in the 1930s with Aldo Leopold’s Game Management and the founding of a Department of Game Management at the University of Wisconsin in Madison."
Several Manitobans have been interviewed as part of this initiative, each providing valuable insight into the wildlife profession and advice to future generations of Wildlife Biologists. Enjoy!
Jack Dubois - COWCH Interview
Dr. Merlin Shoesmith - COWCH Interview
Larry Bidlake - COWCH Interview
Dr. Rick Baydack - COWCH Interview