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									                   The Wildlife Society – Western Section
                   P.O. Box 6756
                   Albany, CA 94706

December 5, 2011

Dear Colleagues,

The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Western Section of The Wildlife Society (2012 Annual
Conference) will be held Wednesday, February 1 through Friday, February 3, at the Radisson
Hotel in Sacramento, California. The Western Section of The Wildlife Society is composed of
nearly 1,000 members from California, Nevada, Hawaii, and the Pacific Islands, many of whom
regularly attend our annual conference. In addition, a number of professional wildlife biologists
from all parts of the country may attend due to the quality and variety of wildlife research papers
that will be presented during the conference.

The purpose of this letter is to announce the availability of sponsorship opportunities for the 2012
annual conference. Sponsor a refreshment break! Guide the future of the wildlife management
profession by sponsoring the Student Resume Workshop or the Student-Professional Lunch...
Sponsorships range from $500 to $2,500 - and we'll consider more!

All sponsors receive recognition in the conference program, and at the sponsored event and
awards banquet. Sponsorships at $1,000 will also include either complimentary exhibit space or a
complimentary meeting registration (or both at $1,500 and higher), web links and more. Please
contact John McNerney (jmcnerney@cityofdavis.org) for additional information or to sign-up.
Sponsorship opportunities are limited and "first come, first served."

Sponsorship levels:
Annual Meeting Refreshment Break = $500 (up to 3 available)
Student / Professional Lunch = $750
Student Resume Workshop = $750
Poster Session & Welcome Mixer = $2,500
Annual Meeting Technical Sessions* = $500 (per session)

* Conservation Planning and Habitat Restoration, Implementation of Mitigation Measures,
Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation; Challenges of Wildlife Management in a Changing
Climate; contact us for a list of others

Thank you for your interest in supporting this event.


John T. McNerney
The Wildlife Society, Western Section

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