"A Century of Commitment to Research, Education and Conservation"

 Climate Change
by Scott Schupe



" The Use of Drones in Wildlife Conservation" (originally scheduled for July 2020)
Due to COVID-19, this conference has been postponed until summer 2021. Date to be announced fall 2020. For more complete info on the conference visit https://www.paulsmiths.edu/wildlife-drones

The American Wildlife Conservation Foundation (AWCF) provides grants supporting research and public education towards enhancing scientific wildlife management, and conservation of wild habitats in North America.

Our Goal is to insure that wild animals and the ecosystems sustaining them will thrive for the long term, conserved for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

Our Mission: To aid in sustaining and enhancing the fish and wildlife resources of North America, by funding conservation, research and public education initiatives so that present and future generations may continue to enjoy these resources.

Our Focus: Funding priority is given to research and public outreach projects which focus on wildlife-habitat relationships, or human-wildlife interactions. We have funded more than 100 projects in the past 25 years.

Celebrating Our Past - Embracing Our Future

Our Members are persons reflecting a variety of backgrounds and experiences related to the stewardship of our wildlife resource-practicing and retired wildlife and fishery biologists, outdoorsmen and women, students and others who have invested significant personal resources in support of fish and wildlife conservation.

AWCF By-Laws

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