The Biometrics Working Group (BWG) is a chartered organization within The Wildlife Society. Its mission is the study and transfer of information relative to development and application of biometrical methods appropriate for use in the research and management of wildlife resources.
Membership in the working group is open to any member of The Wildlife Society with an interest in its mission.
The Biometrics Working Group promotes the development and application of biometrical methods in the study and management of wildlife resources.
The Working Group provides a forum for TWS members to advance the use of quantitative methods in managing populations and habitats and to explore biometrical techniques and models appropriate to new issues associated with biodiversity, conservation of species, and landscape-level population management.
The Working Group will focus public attention on the importance of biometrical methods in scientific conservation of natural resources and biodiversity.
The Biometrics listserver is also available. To post on the listserv see: