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Welcome to The Fisheries and Wildlife Club Website!

We are a peer-elected, nonprofit student group dedicated to the professional development of those interested in the Fisheries and Wildlife field. We focus on skill building, networking with professionals, practical application of field techniques, public outreach, and expanding on current knowledge both professionally and with the public. Throughout the academic year, we hold biweekly meetings on campus and regularly organize off-campus field trips, including the annual Oregon AFS and TWS Chapter meetings. Take a look around our website and visit our About and Events page to get involved, learn more about the FW Club, and attend our next meeting.

Your Leadership Team

2016-17 Leadership Team

Next Biweekly Meeting and Trip:

 Biweekly Membership Meeting – Special Guest Speaker

May 24th, Nash 032, 5:15-6:15pm

Andrew Provost, from Greenbelt Land Trust (GLT) will be talking about  local benefits for fish and wildlife that GLT has had.  As well as give some important background information regarding the functionings of land trusts, a holistic examination of why land conservation matters, the benefits of conservation easements, how OSU and Corvallis benefits, the history of the land trust movement, and strengths and weaknesses of Corvallis’s natural habitats.

Tide Pool Survey

May 27th, Nash Parking Lot, 7am

Have you ever wanted to head to the Coast for a fun day on the tide pools, but never knew where to go? Hitch a ride with us for a fun filled day of activities and learning in Newport! Ciera will be leading a group of students to the best tide pool location on the Oregon Coast for the lowest tide of spring term! Transportation is provided so you can nap on the drive! Bring a sack lunch, water, and proper beach attire! Check out these pictures for examples of creatures we are going to find!

Most Recent Trip: Two Day OHRC Fisheries Workshop – May 6 & 7th

The Fisheries and Wildlife Club provided a hands on, skills-oriented workshop at the Oregon Hatchery Research Center near Alsea, OR. This would not have been possible without the generous time and resources provided by Joseph O’Neil (OHRC Facility Manager) and Karen Hans (ODFW STEP Biologist). This was an excellent opportunity for students to visit one of ODFW’s state-of-the-art research facilities in a beautiful location and get valuable experience to prepare for summer internships!

Skills offered during trip:

  • Electroshock Fishing
  • Pit-Tagging
  • Knot Tying
  • Tig Welding