Founded in 1919, the American Society of Mammalogists (AMS) is an organization, composed primarily of professional scientists, that promotes mammal study. The members of AMS also work to provide "information for public policy, resources management, conservation, and education." A notable ASM site feature is the Mammal Image Library which provides "images of mammals for educational purposes worldwide." The ASM website also contains information about two main publications, _The Journal of Mammalogy_ and _Mammalian Species_ (reported on in the September 17, 2004 NSDL Scout Report for Life Sciences). Other site offerings include an online job board, an announcement board, information for undergraduate and graduate students, and information about ASM Grants & Awards.