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May 24, 2024

Study finds CWD unlikely to spread to humans

Researchers found a “strong species barrier” protects people from the disease

May 10, 2024

Watch: North Dakota sage-grouse numbers continue to fall

Habitat loss and West Nile disease are driving their declines

March 28, 2024

Grant helps new wildlifers purchase field gear

Trail Blazer Grant recipients have purchased waders, spotting scopes, sunglasses and more

March 15, 2024

Wildlife Vocalizations: Emily Geest

Geest discusses how the power of nature helped her overcome adversity and inspired her to become a wildlife professional

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November 30, 2023

ISSUE STATEMENT: CONSERVATION POLICY FOR AT-RISK SPECIES IN CANADA

Back to Position Statements page Canada’s Species at Risk Act (hereafter, SARA) was enacted in 2002 to support Canada’s federal government in the role of preventing wildlife extinctions and ensuring...

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November 30, 2023

TWS ISSUE STATEMENT: THE U.S ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

Back to Position Statements page Congress passed the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1973 and has amended it several timessince then. The ESA is administered by the U.S. Fish and...

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November 29, 2023

TWS Position Statement: Conservation of Biological Diversity

Back to Position Statements page Biological diversity – or biodiversity – is the variety of life from single-celled organisms to the largest vertebrates, and the processes that support life, including...

November 6, 2023

TWS’ 30th annual conference gets underway in Louisville

Thousands of wildlifers arrived in Louisville, Kentucky, for The Wildlife Society’s 30th Annual Conference. Participants gathered for the welcome reception at 4th Street Live!, a popular downtown venue that offered...

August 16, 2023

Wildlife Vocalizations: Tyler Brasington

Brasington reflects on how his work with bears has allowed him to connect and share his passion with the public

July 19, 2023

2023 TWS Election Results

Fidel Hernández will be the next TWS vice president. Angela Fuller and Andrea Orabona will also join Council.