TWS Wildlife News

‘Tis the Season of Collisions

Fall may be the harbinger of death for wildlife — and not just because of hunting season. The number of motor vehicle collisions with wild animals peaks during the fall months, according to a 2008

TWS Wildlife News

Combating the Rage

Attracting Rabid Bats with Artificial Sound When renowned bat researcher Denny Constantine passed away on May 24, 2014, the wildlife health community lost one of its most prolific researchers. Last winter, when Denny realized he

TWS Wildlife News

Groups Come Together on Polar Bear Hunting

Several aboriginal organizations, local hunters, and territorial and provincial governments in Canada reached a landmark agreement to manage the Southern Hudson Bay polar bear subpopulation. Environment Canada announced the agreement last week which calls for

Conservation News

Flyway to the Danger Zone

Flying at night should be old hat for bats, but this routine feat is becoming increasingly dangerous. Tens to hundreds of thousands of migratory bats turn up dead at the bases of wind turbines every