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Impact factors rise for TWS journals

The Wildlife Society’s three journals all saw increases in their impact factors, according to the 2021 Journal Citation Reports. The impact factor is a commonly used metric to assess journal quality, based on how often

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TWS announces 2022 awards recipients

The Wildlife Society is announcing the recipients of this year’s awards. They will be honored when we gather for the 2022 Annual Conference in Spokane, Washington. In the meantime, keep an eye out on wildlife.org

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WSB to become open-access journal

The Wildlife Society Bulletin is transitioning to an open-access journal. Starting in January, the online journal’s papers will be available to anyone in the world. The transition will not affect its current peer-review process, and

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Wildlife Vocalizations: Ally Scott

Wildlife Vocalizations is a collection of short personal perspectives from people in the field of wildlife sciences. Wildlife professionals must increasingly acknowledge and seek partnerships with Indigenous communities. We all live on someone’s ancestral homeland,

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The July issue of Wildlife Monographs

Wildlife Monographs, single-topic, peer-reviewed studies on specific problems and issues in wildlife science, management and conservation, are a benefit of membership in The Wildlife Society. Join today for access to Wildlife Monographs and all the other

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Wildlife Vocalizations: Darien Lozon

Wildlife Vocalizations is a collection of short personal perspectives from people in the field of wildlife sciences. After finishing undergrad, I loaded my car and drove 10 hours to Pawhuska, Oklahoma, known as the “Gateway