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The November/December issue of The Wildlife Professional

Still Alive: On its 50th anniversary, the Endangered Species Act may be more relevant—and controversial—than ever

Read Now November 16, 2023
November 29, 2023

JWM: Herbicide treatment benefits Minnesota marsh birds

Species increase in abundance three years after spraying the chemicals

November 29, 2023

Climate change is pushing vampire bats toward the U.S.

As the bats move northward, incidences of rabies rise

November 28, 2023

Climate change is pushing tropical animals to their limits

Marine mammals are expected to migrate to cooler areas

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November 27, 2023

Past TWS President Don Yasuda reflects on his term and looks to the future

Yasuda spent his presidency focusing on strategic planning, communication and more

November 20, 2023

Ruffed grouse genetics consistent across Pennsylvania

But fragmentation has reduced genetic variation in some areas

November 9, 2023

Arctic beavers may exacerbate climate change

Beavers expose methane frozen in the permafrost

November 8, 2023

Women wildlife conservation leaders discuss mentorship

Top women wildlife leaders joined together to share their journeys

November 7, 2023

TWS 2023: Leopold Award recipient searches for the ‘purple bike’

John Koprowski discusses the importance of benefiting communities in conservation work

November 3, 2023

Lesser known frog disease prevalent in Central Florida

Perkinsea infects gopher frogs, which already have conservation challenges


November 1, 2023

Ombuds returns to upcoming TWS conference

Jen Sims will be in Louisville to work through any issues attendees may have at the conference

October 31, 2023

Detection dogs seek out endangered crested newts

Dogs are best at detecting the amphibians when there’s venting present and in clay soil

October 27, 2023

Q&A: Human studies on PFAS can inform wildlife conservation

Researchers are flipping the script when it comes to sentinel species