Author: Dana Kobilinsky

July 3, 2018

Artificial intelligence can now analyze wildlife imagery

Around the world, motion-triggered camera traps capture millions of images of wildlife in natural environments. These images are an inexpensive method to monitor wildlife with little disturbance, but they create...

July 3, 2018

Time to comment on eagle data and status reviews

In recent weeks, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife has posted three wildlife-related notices in the Federal Register and are accepting public comments and information submissions. Bald and Golden Eagle Collision...

July 3, 2018

USFS follows BLM to amend greater sage-grouse plans

The U.S. Forest Service has followed the example set by the Bureau of Land Management by releasing a supplemental notice of intent to draft environmental impact statements for potential amendments...

July 2, 2018

Two new issues of TWS journals

Take advantage of your free online access as a TWS member and read the latest wildlife research findings. The July issue of The Journal of Wildlife Management (Vol 82.5) and...

July 2, 2018

Study finds no domestic dogs in Mexican wolf lineage

Controversy has surrounded the reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) into the mountains of Arizona and New Mexico, including questions about the purity of their genetics. Are these...

June 29, 2018

The July/August Issue of The Wildlife Professional

Poachers and smugglers try to outwit wildlife conservation officers on a daily basis. Efforts to combat wildlife crime and change these illegal behaviors are the focus of the July/August cover...

June 29, 2018

White-nose fungus found in South Dakota

The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome has turned up for the first time in South Dakota. The National Park Service reports that the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans was found on five...

June 29, 2018

Boone and Crockett Club joins TWS Partner Program

A new Leading Sponsor relationship between The Wildlife Society and Boone and Crockett Club has further strengthened ties within the conservation community. An agreement between the two organizations will go...

June 28, 2018

DNA helps biologists monitor rare Korean ungulate

Deep in the remote mountain crags and valleys of the eastern Korean Peninsula, an imperiled goatish herbivore called the long-tailed goral (Naemorhedus caudatus) persists despite the pressures of development and...

June 28, 2018

House committee discusses cormorant culls

The House Natural Resources Committee met in Alpena, Michigan for a field hearing on double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) management. Cormorants are migratory birds and are therefore regulated under the Migratory...