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Students interested in completing the FW 410 Exploratory Internship requirement by attending the annual conference for either the Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society (AFS) or The Wildlife Society (TWS), can do so by registering for the correct course section, attending the conference and completing associated academic assignments.
Separate sections for Corvallis and Ecampus students are found in the schedule of classes. Register for the appropriate one – American Fisheries Society (AFS) or The Wildlife Society (TWS) (other conferences offered as available). You do not need permission from the internship coordinator in order to register for Oregon conferences.
Students desiring to attend conferences in other states need prior approval from the internship coordinator and will register for the general FW 410 Exploratory Internship section.
Register for the appropriate section. See schedule of classes.
Registration is covered in your course fee when you register for the FW 410 course.
Proceed through the registration process.
When asked for a payment option select "Pay at the Door".
The conference will be held at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes, located at 3075 N Hwy 97, Bend, OR 97703.
EarlyBird – Member – $300.00 // EarlyBird – Student – $60.00 (Earlybird registration ends Jan 25, 2019)
Member – $350.00 // Non-Member – $375.00 // One Day Registration – $175.00
Retired Member – $125.00 // Student – $80.00 // Vendor – $400.00
Field trips are optional.
Hotel accommodations are provided by Riverhouse on the Deschutes. Room rate is $112 +tax. Red Lion Hotel is also offering discounted rate at $112. When you are registering for either hotel, please let them know you are part of the Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting to receive the group discount.
Lodging incentives are available – applications are due 14th Jan 2019:
You can use the FW Club Facebook page to see if anyone is going and wants to share a room.
You can make your own hotel arrangements, or stay with family or friends.
All workshops and field trips are held on Friday, March 1. Sign up today, spots are limited!
Workshops: Practical Data Science for Biologists, Building Interpersonal and Group Communication Skills for Resolving Conflict in Natural Resources, Wolf Depredation Investigation Workshop
Field Trips: Greater Sage Grouse Field Trip, Forest Restoration Field Trip, Winter Raptors Field Trip