The Wildlife Society does require board members to also be “Society” members, I have worked with the board to support qualified candidates in covering the $83 membership fee.
The Wildlife Society Urban Wildlife Working Group’s primary goal is to increase public awareness and
appreciation of urban wildlife management issues and the decision-making processes that promote urban
wildlife conservation and mitigate human-wildlife conflict in urban settings. To view our charter, click
here. The Urban Wildlife Working Group is an officially recognized Working Group of The Wildlife Society.
As students and professional urban wildlife researchers and managers, we engage with the public,
scientific experts, and local partners to advance urban wildlife conservation. As working group members,
we exchange information with many parties interested in urban wildlife management, to enhance
knowledge and technical capabilities of wildlife professionals in the area of urban wildlife management.