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The July/August issue of The Wildlife Professional

Native Wildlife, Native Lands: Indigenous communities play a growing role in conservation and management

Read Now July 9, 2024
July 19, 2024

Special JWM issue highlights Indigenous wildlife research and management

Studies cover policy issues, Tribally driven research, management activities and Indigenous knowledge

July 19, 2024

Watch: First ever footage of Amazon weasel

Species has never been recorded in Bolivia

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2822 Results for TWS Wildlife News
July 22, 2024

Feral pigs may usher nonnative plants into Hawaii

Pigs disturb native forests on Big Island

July 18, 2024

Climate poses greatest threat to North American birds

Specialist birds are at an elevated risk

July 15, 2024

Butterflies make record-setting journey across the Atlantic

Discovered in South America, the butterflies likely flew from Africa or Europe


July 10, 2024

Discriminatory housing practices of the past still shape urban wildlife

Researchers found “redlining” has left some California neighborhoods with little wildlife

July 8, 2024

For translocated Florida tortoises, survival is troublingly low

Turtles moved from faraway sites actually survive better than those moved short distances

July 3, 2024

JWM: Indigenous knowledge informs Alaska wolf listing

Alaska Indigenous people have lived alongside wolves for centuries


July 2, 2024

Hudson Bay polar bears may not survive climate change

More ice-free days may eliminate these populations

July 1, 2024

Snowmobiles affect bird songs

Researchers compared the way that snow machine noise silences bird songs in Yellowstone National Park

June 28, 2024

Wildlife Vocalizations: Exploring the balance between humans and wildlife

For TWS member Ellen Candler, wolf controversies awoke an interest in wildlife