Registration is now open for the 2019 North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference, which will be held March 4-8, 2019, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown (location of the 2014 North American). The hotel is situated on the 16th Street Mall, home to many shops and restaurants. The address is 1550 Court Place, Denver, Colorado 80202 and you can visit their website for more information.
The discounted group rate for the conference is $181.00 plus 15.75% tax. This is the federal per diem hotel rate for Denver.
You can now book your reservation online or by calling 1-888-627-8405. A credit card will be required to guarantee all guest rooms. To avoid a cancellation fee on one nights room and tax, you must cancel the reservation 72 hours prior to arrival. This rate will be honored, if rooms are available, until February 12, 2019.
Denver now has a light rail from DIA to Union Station downtown for $9.00 each way. From Union Station you can connect to the 16th Street Mall shuttle for free. The hotel is located just off the 16th Street Mall.
More shuttle information
For more than 80 years, WMI has administered the North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference. The North American Conference sessions, workshops and more than 150 separate meetings and functions, serve as the annual forum to set conservation policy in North America.
Conference attendees include the administrators of federal, state and provincial wildlife and other natural resource agencies, college and university program leaders, heads of leading private conservation organizations, and other managers, scientists, researchers, officials and students of natural resources. The conference is a regular gathering of professionals to learn and exchange ideas, through a formal program, related meetings and other scheduled business, social and educational events.
The conference format is designed so that attendees leave with
- A better understanding of the origins, complexities and likely solutions to current conservation issues, and
- A better sense of the need for and the methods to achieve coordinated, cooperative management of the continent's wildlife.
The "North American" is outlined annually by a Conference Program Committee, chaired by WMI. As many as 20 different agencies and private organizations have participated in helping set the agenda of the North American. In addition, agencies and organizations schedule more than 150 meetings and functions to overlap and occur in conjunction with each conference.