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The Wildlife Professional

  • Overview

    This magazine provides news and analysis to inform wildlife professionals about advances in wildlife science, conservation, management, policy and education. It features in-depth articles, summaries of relevant scientific papers, profiles of wildlife professionals, new field techniques, and more.

     

    An Editorial Advisory Board composed of members representing TWS Sections and Working Groups and at-large members guides the content of The Wildlife Professional. The board and the publication follow Rules of Governance to ensure that the magazine remains vital, informative and relevant to TWS members.

  • Contact

    Keith Norris, Director of Wildlife Policy & Communications

  • Frequency

    The Wildlife Professional publishes six issues per year.

    • January/February
    • March/April
    • May/June
    • July/August
    • September/October
    • November/December
  • Submissions

    Interested in submitting an article to The Wildlife Professional?

    Learn more here.

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THE JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

  • Overview

    The Journal of Wildlife Management, published continuously since 1937, is one of the world’s leading scientific journals covering biodiversity, climate change, competition, conservation, diseases that influence populations, ecology, economics, genetics, habitats, habitat restoration, human-dimensions, human-wildlife interactions, hunting, landscape ecology, management, sustainable use, quantitative approaches to ecology, and models, among others.

  • Contact

    For general information, contact the journal’s editorial office.

    For a list of the journal’s current Associate Editors (AEs) and their areas of expertise, click here.

    Want to become an AE? Click here to find out how.

  • Aims & Scope

    The journal publishes articles that focus on aspects of wildlife that can assist management and conservation by providing life-history data, modeling, new analytical and quantitative approaches, theory, and new approaches to understand human dimensions. Authors are invited to submit papers on the following topics:

    • Book reviews
    • Commentaries and topical reviews
    • Economics related to theory and research
    • Human dimensions related to theory and research (e.g., new approaches to understand human dimension surveys)
    • Investigations into the biology and ecology of wildlife that benefit management and conservation (e.g., life histories, demography, movements, and habitat relations that are useful to better manage and conserve wildlife)
    • Modeling of populations, habitat, or human dimensions
    • New analytical and quantitative methodological approaches related to wildlife science (e.g., statistical, quantitative)
    • Theoretical concepts that benefit management and conservation
  • Frequency

    The Journal of Wildlife Management publishes eight issues per year.

    • January
    • February
    • April
    • May
    • July
    • August
    • September
    • November
  • Technical Info

    Editor-in-chief: Paul R. Krausman

    2021 Journal Impact Factor: 2.586

    2020 Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 31/175 (Zoology) and 97/166 (Ecology)

    Source: Clarivate Analytics 2022

    Online ISSN: 1937-2817

  • Submissions

    Interested in submitting an article to The Journal of Wildlife Management?

    Read our author guidelines.

    Submit a manuscript.

  • Institutional Subscriptions

    Please contact our publisher, Wiley, for institutional subscriptions.

    The Journal of Wildlife Management/Wildlife Monographs (bundled subscription)

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Wildlife Monographs

Open Access

Wildlife Society Bulletin

  • Overview

    This fully open-access, peer-reviewed publication contains papers related to wildlife management, law enforcement, education, economics, administration, ethics and more.

  • Contact

    For general information, contact the bulletin’s editorial office.

    For a list of the journal’s current Associate Editors (AEs) and their areas of expertise, click here.

  • Aims & Scope

    The Bulletin focuses on manuscripts that directly assist with on-the-ground management and conservation. Authors are invited to submit papers on the following topics:

    • Administration (e.g., papers that deal with the administration of wildlife agencies, organizations, and programs)
    • Analysis of wildlife management and conservation programs including successes and failures (e.g., evaluation of ongoing programs or programs that have been implemented, analysis of reports, analysis policies)
    • Commentaries and topical reviews
    • Economics related to on-the-ground management (e.g., costs of different techniques, management)
    • Education (e.g., all levels of academic advancement)
    • Human dimensions related to on-the-ground management (e.g., surveys, attitudes, values)
    • Law enforcement
    • New techniques for on-the-ground use (that have been evaluated for accuracy) or an evaluation of different techniques for-on-the ground management
    • Philosophy
    • Regulatory impacts and processes
    • Sociology
    • Student voices
  • Frequency

    The Wildlife Society Bulletin publishes four issues per year.

    • March
    • June
    • September
    • December
  • Technical Info

    Editor-in-chief: Bret Collier

    2021 Journal Impact Factor: 1.739

    2021 Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 38/60 (Biodiversity Conservation)

    Source: Clarivate Analytics 2022

    Online ISSN: 2328-554

  • Submissions

    Interested in submitting an article to the Wildlife Society Bulletin?
    Read our author guidelines.
    Submit a manuscript.

Books

Our books cover a wide variety of topics related to wildlife management, conservation and policy. TWS members receive discounts on TWS books published by Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Technical Reviews

Technical Reviews are scientific analyses related to prominent topics and issues in wildlife science, management, conservation and policy. Technical Reviews are written by panels of experts and are often used in preparing TWS position statements.

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Interested in submitting an article to one of our publications? Our publications accept submissions across different categories that reflect the broad range of activities and concerns of wildlife professionals.

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