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The April issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

Articles look at genetics of California elk, harbor purpose distribution, human disturbance on Giant pandas and more

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March 4, 2024

Scientist, conservationist Estella Leopold dies

Leopold was the last surviving child of Aldo Leopold

March 1, 2024

JWM: Are Yellowstone recreation restrictions beneficial to bears?

Male grizzlies may not be using some areas in the same way they used to

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August 31, 2023

TWS Awards: Chapters and advisor recognized for TWS awards

The Wildlife Society recognizes two chapters and one advisor for their contributions to the wildlife profession

February 4, 2020

North Central Section happenings: Part 3

These updates originally appear in the North Central Section of The Wildlife Society’s Fall 2019 newsletter. Photos highlighting the student chapter’s activities are also included in the section’s newsletter. Missouri...

January 28, 2020

North Central Section happenings: Part 2

These updates originally appear in the North Central Section of The Wildlife Society’s Fall 2019 newsletter. Photos highlighting the student chapter’s activities are also included in the section’s newsletter. Ball...

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January 21, 2020

North Central Section happenings: Part 1

These updates originally appear in the North Central Section of The Wildlife Society’s Fall 2019 newsletter. Photos highlighting the student chapter’s activities are also included in the section’s newsletter. Southern...

January 17, 2020

TWS section and chapter meetings in February

The Wildlife Society’s sections, chapters and working groups hold meetings and workshops throughout the year. The following meetings are currently scheduled in February: Feb. 3-7, 2020: Western Section of The...

January 17, 2020

Colorado student chapters reflect on eventful fall

These updates originally appear in the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society’s Winter 2019 newsletter. Photos highlighting the student chapter’s activities are also included in the chapter’s newsletter. Colorado State...

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December 6, 2019

TWS section and chapter meetings in January

The Wildlife Society’s sections, chapters and working groups hold meetings and workshops throughout the year. The following meetings are currently scheduled in January: Jan. 16, 2020: Southern California Chapter member...

November 13, 2019

California chapter to host workshop on California Environmental Quality Act

Most wildlife and fisheries biologists working in California will encounter the California Environmental Quality Act at some point in their careers — either through assisting with the preparation of a...

November 4, 2019

Bats shy away from artificial cave light

The increasing use of artificial light in and around caves can have a negative effect on cave-dwelling bats. “[Light] has very traumatic influences on all kinds of wildlife,” said Holger...