Make Plans Now to Attend!
The 9th International Deer Biology Congress is taking place August 5–10, 2018 at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado. We hope to see you there!
The call for presentations will open soon. In the meantime, please review the preliminary agenda.
The International Deer Biology Congress (IDBC) aims at uniting professionals interested in wild deer biology, management and farmed deer production, to provide a forum to discuss common problems, and share knowledge and experiences. Some of the major topics covered include general deer biology and ecology, evolution, genetics, management, in-situ and ex-situ conservation, veterinary aspects, antler biology, and antler and venison production. The conservation biology of cervids will derive important benefits from activities related to deer production. The IDBC allows new relationships to be formed and hopefully sparks new endeavors in cervid research, conservation, management and production.
Partnership Opportunities Available!
Because this event only occurs every fours years, the 2018 Congress offers you the rare opportunity to make face-to-face CONNECTIONS with a broad range of professionals from all over the world. It provides ACCESS to people who need your products and services, and the EXPOSURE will reinforce your brand awareness and maximize visibility in the wildlife community. Learn more.