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NEW BOOKS

Cougar Ecology and Conservation

The Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids

The Wild Cat Book

Path of the Puma

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Upcoming Meetings

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The 13th Mountain Lion Workshop will be held
May 11-14, 2020 in Hood River, Oregon

  • Event Venue: Best Western Plus Hood River
  • Event Address: 1108 E Marina Dr, Hood River, OR  97031
  • Coordinator Name: Derek Broman
  • Coordinator Email: Derek.J.Broman@state.or.us
  • Coordinator Phone: 503-947-6095

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Crossing Boundaries: Innovative Approaches to Conservation

  • December 10, 2019: Call for Abstracts opens
  • February 2020: Registration opens
  • Spring 2020: Student & Chapter Travel Awards
  • More to Come!
Sheraton Downtown Hotel in Denver, Colorado

For more information go to: https://scbnorthamerica.org/index.php/naccb-2020/


GRANTS & AWARDS

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The 2015 Latin American Wild Felid Research Grant

Through support from The Summerlee Foundation, the Wild Felid Research and Management Association was given the opportunity to award grants to well-deserving projects on wild felids in Latin American countries. 
Five recipients and their projects were selected for the 2015 grant and each was awarded $5,000. Information on their projects can be found in The Wild Felid Monitor, V9(I2) and V10(I1). We hope to offer the grant again in the future.
For information on the grant please click here

 

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Announcing —

The 2019 Latin American Wild Felid Action Grant
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   Offered by
The Wild Felid Research and Management Association

Through generous support from The Summerlee Foundation, the Wild Felid Research and Management Association (WFA) has been given the opportunity to award 2-3 grants, ranging from $3,000 to $5,000 each, to well-deserving projects on wild felids in Latin American countries. WFA is looking for projects that will have a tangible impact on wild felid species and habitat conservation through: the application of biological information; education of, and outreach to, local communities; and/or implementation of innovations that reduce human-felid conflict and encourage coexistence.

For more information on the grant and how to apply,
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Con el generoso financiamiento de la Fundación Sumerlee, la Asociación para el Manejo y la Investigación de Félidos Silvestres (WFA, por sus siglas en inglés) tiene la oportunidad de otorgar de 2 a 3 subsidios por montos de $3,000 a $5,000 USD para proyectos de conservación de félidos salvajes en países de América Latina. WFA esta buscando proyectos que tengan un impacto tangible en la conservación de especies de félidos salvajes y sus hábitats a través de la implementación de información biológica, promoviendo la educación y divulgación para las comunidades locales y con proyectos enfocados en reducir el conflicto humano-félido y promover la coexistencia. Para mayor información sobre el fondo y como postular, visite la página web

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Past Mountain Lion Workshop Proceedings

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Proceedings of the 12th Mountain Lion Workshop click here >

May 15 – 18, 2017 in Estes Park, Colorado.

 

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Proceedings of the 11th Mountain Lion Workshop Click here >

 

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Proceedings of the 10th Mountain Lion Workshop CLICK HERE.

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Proceedings of th 9th Mountain Lion Workshop (5.4mb) CLICK HERE

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