International Urban Wildlife Conference

2017


Hosted by San Diego State University and
The Wildlife Society's Urban Wildlife Working Group
San Diego, California, USA
June 4-7

Conference Events


Southern California, one of the most intensively urbanized regions in the world but also a biodiversity hotspot, provides a fitting backdrop for the fourth International Urban Wildlife Conference sponsored by the Urban Wildlife Working Group of The Wildlife Society. The goal of the meeting is to bring together wildlife scientists, wildlife managers, land use planners, educators, and others who are interested in and concerned about urban wildlife to share the latest science, conservation efforts, and management challenges from a diverse range of urban settings. Wildlife species in urban areas present unique and significant conservation challenges, sometimes vexing human conflict and management issues, and incredible opportunities for outreach and education about wildlife to large audiences. The scientific study of urban wildlife is a fascinating and still relatively young, but fast-growing field. All of this will be on display in San Diego next June, join us!

Call For Abstracts

Submit an Abstract or Symposium


The program committee is soliciting abstracts for oral presentations and posters to be submitted by January 20, 2017.

We are also accepting proposals for organized symposia. Half-day symposia will consist of 10 talks, so proposals should include as many as 10 committed speakers. Shorter symposia of 5 talks (1/2 session) may also be proposed. Anyone interested in organizing a symposium should also contact the program committee chair, Bob McCleery, at ramccleery@ufl.edu

Potential topic areas for presentations or symposia may include:

**Symposia on particular species could include both ecology and management

Submit an Abstract or Symposium