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JAM 2020: Registration now OPEN!

Join the Arizona New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society / The AZ Chapter of The Wildlife Society / The NM Chapter of the Wildlife Society for the Joint Annual Meeting in Prescott, Arizona! The conference will be held in beautiful Prescott, Arizona at the Prescott Resort and Convention Center. All the info you need to register can be found here: Registration Information For all other information including Workshops that will be offered, the...

Plenary Speakers Announced

Head over to the JAM2020 drop down or follow this link to see the full information on our JAM 2020 Plenary Speakers! JAM2020 Plenary To give a quick preview: Ariel Elliott and Jennifer Owen-WhiteValle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, Albuquerque, NMCommunity Based Conservation: Creating a Shared Vision for Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge Angela PalaciosNew Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office, Albuquerque, NMNative Fish in the Classroom Samantha DwinnellHaub School of Environment and Natural...

JAM 2020: Second Call For Papers!

The Program Committee for the 2020 JAM is announcing the Second Call for Papers. We invite abstracts for contributed oral presentations and posters. The program will include a plenary session, contributed papers, and a poster session on a wide range of fisheries and wildlife-related topics. Presentations may include completed projects and works in progress. We strongly encourage both professional and students to attend and provide a presentation at 2020 JAM. We are also particularly interested in student...

JAM 2020: NEW INFO POSTED

Check out the updated Top Bar of this website to find out all the new and updated info concerning JAM 2020! The 53rd Annual Conference will be held in Prescott, Arizona at the Prescott Resort and Convention Center from January 30 – February 2nd. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! Some recently added updates include…. 1) The first call for papers is now up! The deadline is December 15th so get those in ASAP. (Instructions can...

Dr. Scott Bonar: AFS President!

Let’s congratulate Arizona/New Mexico AFS’s own Dr. Scott Bonar as the new American Fisheries Society President! If you have spent any amount of time with fish in the desert Southwest, then you have likely run in to or been impacted by the work of Scott Bonar! Scott has been a professor at the University of Arizona and the Unit Leader of the USGS Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit for 20 years; mentoring dozens of...

53rd Annual Joint Annual Meeting—> Prescott, AZ

The 53rd Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona and New Mexico Chapters of the American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society will be held on January 30 – February 1 2020 in Prescott, AZ. Save the date and keep checking back for updates! Online Registration / Call for Papers / Volunteer Opportunities / etc. will be coming soon….

Reno 2019: Continuing Education Offerings

Continuing Education Course List (As of 4/18/19. Course schedule is subject to change, based on presenter availability; additional courses may be added, based on the completion of proposal review by the AFS Continuing Education Committee.) See also: AFS Tours Saturday, September 28, 2019 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Beginning GIS for Fisheries Scientists (*GIS courses may be taken separately or together as a two-day series) This course will provide an overview of beginning GIS skills for...