The major theme of the conference is "Wildlife Management: Past, Present and Future". Every few years there seems to be a new tool, technology or approach to wildlife management, however, to know where we're going, we need to understand where we came from. Given the AWMS is celebrating 30 years, we encourage abstracts that focus on the journey of wildlife management over the last 30 years, as well as abstracts on current research and new and trending innovations.
The conference will feature symposia with invited speakers on the following topics:
- Biogeography, evolution and wildlife mangement
- Advance in wildlife monitoring tools
- The rise of citizen science and social media
- Conservation biology
- Conservation physiology
- Food webs
Other symposia will be organised to fit the topics of the abstracts received.
For further information including the call for abstracts, registration and preliminary program, please visit the Conference Website.