The North Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society was founded in 1983 and is an association of wildlife professionals from all backgrounds. Members of the Chapter come from state and federal agencies, universities, private industry, private conservation organizations, and other natural resource agencies. The membership consists of wildlife professionals and students involved in research, management, education, administration, and other disciplines.
For information from our parent organization about professional certification, membership, policies, publications, working groups, and other chapters visit The Wildlife Society home page.
The North Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society seeks to provide a forum for wildlife professionals and others to interact to improve wildlife conservation and management while fostering high professional standards and ethics for its members. It will strive to be an acknowledged source of current scientific information and expertise, and act as a collective voice on matters relating to wildlife biology, management, education, and policy.