Managing American Wildlife: A History of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies

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Abbreviation: Proc.: Proceedings of the annual convention of the International Association of Game, Fish and Conservation Commissioners.The Association was organized in 1902 as the National Association of Game and Fish Wardens and Commissioners. In 1910 it appeared as the National Association of Game Commissioners and Game Wardens, although this could have been journalistic imprecision rather than a name change. From 1914 through 1916 the name National Association of Game and Fish Commissioners (or Fish and Game Commissioners) was used. In 1917 a bylaw amendment to allow the inclusion of Canada formally changed the name to International Association of Game, Fish and Conservation Commissioners. This designation continued until 1977 when the current name International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies was adopted. Introduction
1. Factual material for this chapter is taken in large part from Jack Berryman summary address, "The International Association: Its Importance to the Fish and Wildlife Resource Worker," delivered before the 39th Conference of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Lexington, Kentucky, on October 28, 1985. Other sources include recent issues of the IAFWA Newsletter; Berryman , "Report of the Executive Vice President," Association Convention, Sun Valley, Idaho, September 11, 1985; Paul Lenzini, "Summary of Association Participation in Litigation," September 1984; IAFWA Constitution and Bylaws, August 1980; IAFWA promotional brochure, "Proiect Wild," IAFWA Proc. 1983, pp. 59-73; correspondence from regional associations; and telephone interviews with Berryman and Lenzini.
1. "From This Little Meeting"
1. Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Annual Report, 1980, pp. 4, 6.

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