Wall of Canadian Achievement
The Wildlife Society's Service and Professional Awards
The Wildlife Society's Aldo Leopold Memorial Award
The Wildlife Society's Distinguished Service Award
The Wildlife Society's Jay N. "Ding" Darling Award
for Wildlife Stewardship Through Art
The Wildlife Society's Fellows
The Wildlife Society's Special Recognition Service Award
The Wildlife Society's Jim McDonough Award
The Wildlife Society's Honorary Membership Award
The Wildlife Society's Group Achievement Award
Alberta Conservation Association
British Columbia Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation
Resolute Bay Hunters & Trappers Association
The Wildlife Society's Chapter of the year Award
The Wildlife Society's Excellence in Wildlife Education Award
The Wildlife Society's Conservation Education Award
The Wildlife Society's Caesar Kleberg Award for Excellence
in Applied Research
The Canadian Section's Ian McTaggart Cowan
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Canadian Section's Honorary Membership Award
The Wildlife Society's Publication Awards
Lamb CT, Mowat G, McLellan BN, Nielson SE and S Boutin. 2016. Forbidden fruit: human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex carnivore. Journal of Animal Ecology 86: 55-65.
Serrouya R, Wittman MJ, McLellan BN, Wittmer H and S Boutin. 2015. Using predator-prey theory to predict outcomes of broadscale experiments to reduce apparent competition. American Naturalist 185: 665-679.
Beyer HL, Haydon DT, Morales JM, Frair JL, Hebblewhite M, Mitchell M and J Matthiopoulos. 2010. The interpretation of habitat preference metrics under use-availability designs. Philosophical Transations of the Royal Society B 365: 2245-2254.
Katnik DD & RB Wieglus. 2005. Landscape proportions versus. Monte Carlo simulated home ranges for estimating habitat availability Journal of Wildlife Management 69:20-32.
Rempel RS, Elkie PC, Rodgers A and MJ Gluck. 1997. Timber-management and natural disturbance effects on moose habitat: landscape evaluation. Journal of Wildlife Management 61: 517-524
Beauchamp WD, Koford RR, Nudds TD, Clark RG and DH Johnson. 1996. Long-term declines in nest success of prairie ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 60: 247-257.
Beauchamp WD, Nudds TD and RG Clark. 1996. Duck nest success declines with and without predator control. Journal of Wildlife Management 60: 258-264.
Krebs CJ, Boutin S, Boonstra R, Sinclair ARE, Smith NMN, Dale MRT, Martin K and R Turkington. 1995. Impact of food and predation on the snowshoe hare cycle. Science 269: 112-115.
Parker KL, Robbins CT and TA Hanley. 1984. Energy Expenditures for locomotion by mule deer and elk. Journal of Wildlife Management 49: 474-488.
Hurley MA, Unsworth JW, Zager P, Hebblewhite M, Garton EO, Montgomery DM, Skalski JR and C Maycock. 2011. Demographic response of mule deer to an experimental reduction of coyotes and mountain lions in southeastern Idaho. Wildlife Monographs No. 178.
Murray DL, Cox EW, Ballard WB, Whitlaw HA, Lenarz MS, Custer TW, Barnett T and TK Fuller. 2006. Pathogens, nutritional deficiency, and climate influences on a declining moose population. Wildlife Monographs No. 166.
Zwickel FC & JF Bendell. 2004. Blue Grouse: Their Biology and Natural History National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
Pearson AM. 1975. The northern interior grizzly bear Ursos arctus L. Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series No. 34. 86 pp.
Dumke RT and CM Pils. 1973. Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo Wildlife Area. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Technical Bulletin 72. 52pp.
Tuck LM. 1972. The snipes: a study of the Genus Capella. Canadian Wildlife Service Monograph Series No. 5, 429pp.
Kelsall JP. 1968. Migratory barren-ground caribou of Canada. Canadian Wildlife Service Monograph Series No. 5, 429pp
Krebs CJ. 1964. The lemming cycle at Baker Lake, Northwest Territories, during 1959-1962. Arctic Institute of North America Technical Paper 15.
Tuck LM. 1961. The murres: their distribution, populations, and biology; a study of the genus Uria. Canadian Wildlife Series 1. Canadian Wildlife Service, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Stokes AW. 1954. Population studies of ring-necked pheasants of Pelee Island, Ontario. Technical Bulletin Wildlife Series No. 4, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests, Toronto. 154pp.
Book of the Year
Stirling I. 2011. Polar Bears - The Natural History of a Threatened Species. Markham, Canada: Fitzhenry and Whiteside.
Barboza P, Parker KL and ID Hume. 2009. Integrative Wildlife Nutrition. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.
Geist V. 1971. 1970. Mountain sheep, a study in behavior and evolution. Chicago, USA: University of Chicago Press.
Hochbaum HA. 1955. Travels and Traditions of Waterfowl. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, USA.
Hochbaum HA. The Canvasback on a Prairie Marsh. American Wildlife Institute, Washington, D.C., USA.
Novak M, Baker JA, Obbard ME and B Malloch (Editors). 1987. Wild furbearer management and conservation in North America. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto. 1150 pp.