Kentucky Chapter of The Wildlife Society
2021 Annual Meeting (Virtual)
Mark your calendars, spread the word!
All are welcome!
Theme: “Conservation of Pollinator Species”
REGISTRATION COST: $35 for professionals, $10 for students
(KY TWS Chapter 2021 membership dues is included in your registration fee*)
*If you have paid your 2021 dues through the TWS parent organization, you may deduct $10 professional/$5 student from your conference registration dues. KY TWS will verify your membership with the National roster.
You must register through this online link. Checks and credit cards are acceptable methods of payment.
Registration Link: 2021 KYCTWS Annual Conference Registration
The meeting will be held virtually this year. All paid participants who register by Noon, February 24, 2021 will receive a link to access the meeting.
Keynote: Scott Hoffman Black, Executive Director
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
“Insect Apocalypse? What is really happening, why it matters, and how we can all be a vital part of the solution”
Jennifer Thieme, Regional Monitoring Coordinator
Monarch Joint Venture
“Monarch Conservation in North America”
Dr. Elaine Evans, Extension Educator and Bee Researcher
University of Minnesota
“Bee Conservation: The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee”
Capstone: Dr. Ellen Sharp and Joel Moreno Rojas
Co-owners, JM Butterfly B&B
Co-founders, Butterflies & Their People, AC
Ecotourism and forest protection in Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. Join us for a tour of the wintering grounds of the spectacular monarch!
We will also have student oral presentations and posters.
Please see tentative agenda for more information about the schedule. There will be professional and student presentations throughout Thursday, and our Chapter Business Meeting will take place on Friday morning.