If you share our passion for learning about the natural history and ecology of the Northwest consider attending our annual meeting, a great place to meet new people while learning about research that is currently being conducted throughout the Northwest.
Our 2020 meeting will be held in partnership with The Washington Chapter of The Wildlife Society and Northwestern Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation at the Double Tree in Spokane, Washington April 28, 2020 –May 1, 2020.
April 28 – Workshops: Confirmed – Conservation Communication, Structured Decision Making, Federal
Wildlife Laws, & Natural Science Illustration
April 29 – Registration opens, plenary session (confirmed speakers: Kelly Susewind, Director – WDFW & Meade Krosby, University Deputy Director – USGS NW Climate Adaptation Science Center), contributed talks; Evening social and poster session
April 30 – Student mentoring breakfast, contributed talks, IGNITE, invited sessions; Awards banquet
May 1 – Contributed talks
Register Here: shorturl.at/nuLR3
Annual Meeting Room Reservation Block at the DoubleTree
Second call for papers (abstracts due Feb 21, 2020): http://thesnvb.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/JAM2020_2nd-Call-for-Papers_WATWS-SNVB-NWPARC.pdf
Learn about Workshops: http://thesnvb.org/2020-meeting-workshops/
Student & Early Career Professional Meeting Opportunities (click here)
Meeting locations rotate among our five regions and we often collaborate with our partner organizations at these events – visit our meeting history page for a list of collaborating organizations, meeting summaries and copies of the proceedings in pdf format.