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The March/April issue of The Wildlife Professional
In the March/April issue of The Wildlife Professional, our cover story looks how to make the most of conservation dogs
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Detection dogs have become important partners in wildlife management and conservation. They can help us find endangered species, control invasive species, sniff out disease and spot smugglers. In the March/April issue of The Wildlife Professional, our cover story looks at the growing role that detection dogs are playing in the profession and how we can make the most of their contributions. Also in this issue, 2021 Aldo Leopold Award recipient Mike Phillips reflects on the importance of storytelling and political involvement in addressing the extinction crisis. Other articles look at an unprecedented feeding effort to aid Florida manatees, a 20-year tradition of welcoming women in wildlife at SUNY Cobleskill, the challenge of mange in Iberian wolves, tailoring conservation messages in red and blue states and finding your path in the wilderness of the wildlife profession.
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