Texas Society of Mammalogists
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The Texas Society of Mammalogists was established in 1983 to promote the study of mammals, both living and fossil. Anyone with a sincere interest in the field of mammalogy is eligible for membership. Most members are professional scientists or students of the field.
Organized meetings are held annually to provide the opportunity for students to present results of their research projects and to interact with professional mammalogists working in the state of Texas.
The 2013 annual meeting will be held 15-17 February in Junction, TX. Our banquet speaker will be Dr. Bernd Wursig from Texas A&M Galveston: "Marine Mammals of the Gulf of Mexico: Species, Numbers, Oceanography, and Anthropogenic Factors."
In 2007, TSM celebrated its 25th Anniversary. To commemorate that event, the Society published History of the Texas Society of Mammalogists (Vol. 52, Special Publications of the Museum, Texas Tech University). A direct link to this publication (PDF format) is provided below.
History of the Texas Society of Mammalogists
TSM Constitution and By-laws
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