The Wildlife Society Student Chapter
New TWS officers / Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology, 2017-2018
- President - Sarah Grubel
- Vice President - Landon Eskridge
- Secretary - Curtis Davidson
- Treasurer - Chris Madrid
The New Mexico State University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society is an organization that gives students hands-on experience in the conservation of wildlife systems. Through NMSU's Wildlife Society, students gain hands-on experiences through events such as Big Horn Sheep captures, Public Outreach, and professional development by attending the Joint Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society's state chapters of Arizona and New Mexico. (1st Photo) NMSU's Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society attended the 2016 Joint Annual Meeting held in Flagstaff, Arizona where students met with professionals in their field, attended workshops, and competed in a quiz bowl competition between other student chapters of the Wildlife Society. (2nd Photo) A few students volunteered to help capture and release Big Horn Sheep.
The NMSU Chapter of The Wildlife Society