Fisheries and Wildlife Biology Club (FWB)

Academic - Ag & Life Sciences

Description

Iowa State FWB is the student chapter of The Wildlife Society, providing hands-on experiences with wildlife and conservation. Activities include: outdoor recreation, owling, hiking, birding, fishing, herping, camping, and more. A variety of speakers present to the club, including guests from government organizations, wildlife professionals, graduate students, and conservation groups. The club participates annually in The Wildlife Society’s Midwest Student Conclave, a weekend of speakers and workshops on field techniques, as well as an opportunity for students from different universities to have the opportunity for networking.

Affiliations

Constitution / Tier

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Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 52
ISU Members 6
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members ISU students
Allowed Officers Any club member voted in by the club
Membership Qualifications Just enjoy the outdoors, nature, animals, and having fun.
Membership Restrictions None
Elections/Selection Officer elections are at the beginning of every spring semester.
Meetings Every Thursday starting the second week of the semester in Science 2, room 115, at 6:30 pm.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

At regular meeting we discuss any upcoming events, if there are any. Normal activities include hiking, animal pictionary, owling, watching videos, guest speakers, or any other games/activities the club wants to do.

Description of Special Events

Our special events are the big things like our fall camping trip, snow tubing, picnics, and conclave. Anything big going on is brought up to the club so arrangements can be made and everyone can know the details.