Category Archives: Other Events

ORTWS Meet and Greet Events Scheduled!!!

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Non-lead Ammunition Test Day

Hunters and shooters can give non-lead ammunition a try for free at the Eagle Cap Shooting Club on August 20, 2016 from noon to 5 p.m, courtesy of the Non-Lead Hunting Education Program. The ECSA range is located north of Enterprise, Oregon. Click here for more information.

Shane Mahoney at OSU this Friday

Shane Mahoney, an influential and honored member of The Wildlife Society, Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Biodiversity, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, Head of the Canadian Delegation to the International Council for the Conservation of Wildlife (CIC), a Professional Member of the Boone and Crocket Club, Board Member of Conservation Force, member to Safari Club International’s Conservation Committee for Africa, and involved in a number of other professional organizations, will be speaking:

Friday April 1 from 4-5pm at OSU’s main (Corvallis) campus in room 125 of the Linus Pauling Science Center

This is a free event and open to the public!

His scientific research has focused primarily on the predator-prey interactions and population dynamics of large mammals and has been presented in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, technical reports and international symposia. He is also widely recognized as a leading authority on North American conservation history and policy (The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation) and has been in the forefront of debates on issues of sustainable use within both the United States and Canada.

Here is a link to a campus map:

Parking can be an issue, but there is often some street parking nearby, or visitor parking at the OSU stadium.

ORTWS Cleaning it up at the Annual Meeting

Friday February 5 was a day of workshops, field trips, and community service!

Through mud, fallen trees, and along sheer cliffs, five brave souls ventured out to Indian Beach, within Ecola State Park, to pick up trash along approximately a half mile of beach access. The crew found lots (lots and lots) of plastic and Styrofoam but the most interesting piece retrieved was a large plastic boat buoy (pictured below). They filled 7 large bags before the rising tide forced them to retreat.


Trash Trophies



Beach Cleanup Champions