Area of Focus: Carnivores

April 2, 2024

Will grizzlies and ‘grolar bears’ reduce caribou?

Northwest Territories hunters and biologists are seeing more grizzlies and hybrids

March 25, 2024

JWM: Low-flying aircraft affect polar bear behavior

Low-flying aircraft may spook polar bears in remote parts of Alaska that rarely see other direct human intrusions.

March 20, 2024

Wild Cam: Black-footed cats depend on rodent burrows

Researchers learn more about life underground of one of Africa’s smallest and rarest cats

March 18, 2024

Apex predators don’t restore wetland willows

Reintroducing wolves didn’t result in a rapid recovery of willows in Yellowstone

March 12, 2024

Eastern wolves are isolated in Algonquin Provincial Park

Survival is low outside of the protected area compared to coyotes and hybrids

March 5, 2024

Colorado to update Front Range mountain lion plan

The plan would seek to stabilize populations across the region

March 4, 2024

As Arctic summers lengthen, some polar bears are at increased risk of starvation

The bears are losing body mass as they spend more time on land

March 1, 2024

JWM: Are Yellowstone recreation restrictions beneficial to bears?

Male grizzlies may not be using some areas in the same way they used to

February 26, 2024

The April issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

Articles look at genetics of California elk, harbor purpose distribution, human disturbance on Giant pandas and more

February 21, 2024

Bobcat populations struggle in portions of New York

Using remote cameras, researchers found “concerning trends”