ABS Conservation Committee
Conservation behavior is a sub-discipline of animal behavior that seeks to purposely use the knowledge about animal behavior to help address conservation and management of wildlife, thus integrating conservation biology and animal behavior. The Animal Behavior Society’s Conservation Committee was established in 1997 to support society members who want to apply their professional skills to solve conservation problems. Join our mailing list to receive occasional updates and opportunities to get involved.
You can reach the Chair of the Conservation Committee or request to join the mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org
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