2012 National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress, May 27 to 31
Have you registered for this exciting event yet? Program and event details available here!
Wildlife Habitat Canada is proud to be a sponsor of the 2012 National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress.
The preliminary program for the Congress is now available! Click here to visit the 2012 National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress website: download the event program to view speakers, session topics and workshops!
Please visit the Congress Registration section of the NFWCC website to view registration details and download a registration form.
Wildlife Habitat Canada will have a booth set up for the duration of the Congress. Come visit us! We hope to see you there!
2012 National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress
“The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) and its partners are hosting Canada’s first National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress that will be held at the Westin Ottawa, May 27-31, 2012.
The National Fish & Wildlife Conservation Congress will showcase contemporary fish and wildlife restoration programs such as Eastern elk, Atlantic salmon, wild turkey and lake trout, and will present the latest research, assessment and management techniques for species such as Sandhill cranes and walleye. Resolution of challenges that include wildlife and agriculture conflicts, fisheries and aquaculture, the threat of new diseases, the impact of alien invasive species and species at risk will also be a core focus of the Congress. The role of science versus public opinion in policy decisions that affect fish and wildlife, the need for governments on both sides of the border to address funding shortfalls and reinvestment in natural resources, the introduction of policy and legislative changes to address threats to fish and wildlife populations and core recognition of sustainable use as an essential principle of conservation will also be discussed.
This first ever Canadian Congress will bring together leading fish and wildlife scientists, government leaders, federal, provincial, state and local fish and wildlife agencies, conservation organizations and anglers and hunters to participate in plenary sessions, workshops, discussions and debates about the future of fish and wildlife resources in North America. If you manage or study fish and game populations, are involved in the outdoor community or your lifestyle depends on the sustainable use of fish and wildlife populations, you will want to join us in Ottawa, May 27 – 31, 2012.” – http://www.nfwcc.com/