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The March issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin is now available

Articles focus on duck hunters’ bag limit compliance, LGBTQ+ inclusion and more

Read Now March 20, 2024
April 19, 2024

Wildlife Vocalizations: Kylie Perez

Perez discusses the biggest challenge facing her generation when it comes to wildlife conservation

April 19, 2024

Warning drivers about wandering wildlife

Brazilian researchers are training computers to keep an eye out for animals on the road

April 18, 2024

2024 TWS Elections: Canadian Representative

This year’s nominees for Canadian Representative to TWS Council are Al Arsenault and Dennis Brannen

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April 17, 2024

Oil and gas development, tree cover not good for pronghorn productivity

Ungulate productivity decreased with more trees, fossil fuel extraction in Wyoming

April 2, 2024

Old whitebark pines critical for Clark’s nutcracker presence

Researcher reveals that blister rust fungal pathogen may have a trickledown effect on bird populations

April 1, 2024

Predation by lizards affects resource movement

Anoles redistribute oceanic carbon on land when larger predators are absent

March 27, 2024

Endangered owls prey on endangered Hawaiian stilts

Researchers have observed pueo attacking shorebirds in several cases

March 25, 2024

JWM: Low-flying aircraft affect polar bear behavior

Low-flying aircraft may spook polar bears in remote parts of Alaska that rarely see other direct human intrusions.

March 20, 2024

Wild Cam: Black-footed cats depend on rodent burrows

Researchers learn more about life underground of one of Africa’s smallest and rarest cats

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March 19, 2024

WSB: Photographs can help track sandhill harvest trends

Wildlife managers developed a new tool to help track population data in game birds

March 14, 2024

TWS 2023: Roads change caribou movement in Northwest Territories

Researcher tracked how the ungulates moved before, during and after construction in Northwest Territories

March 12, 2024

Eastern wolves are isolated in Algonquin Provincial Park

Survival is low outside of the protected area compared to coyotes and hybrids

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