Geographical Location: Western

April 7, 2023

Watch: Video series focuses on recovering California wildlife

On the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is hosting “Bringing Back the Wild,” a film series spotlighting rare California wildlife and the...

March 16, 2023

Searching new terrain for an endangered alpine fox

California researchers will use noninvasive techniques to learn about the Sierra Nevada red fox

March 8, 2023

New tool models wild horse management outcomes

The new open-access modeling tool can help managers compare management methods and their costs

February 9, 2023

Mule Deer Foundation joins with federal agencies for habitat work

The foundation has reached agreements with the Forest Service and BLM

February 8, 2023

Disagreements dog next steps for mountain lion P-22

Biologists want tissue samples; some Tribal representatives want it buried intact

February 6, 2023

Western monarch population numbers reach new heights

But the butterflies still aren’t close to historic numbers

February 3, 2023

In California, some songbirds face climate challenges

Precipitation and warm temperatures can cause reproductive issues for cavity-nesting songbirds

August 5, 2022

JWM: What strategies protect vireo nests from cowbird parasitism?

When it comes to raising chicks, brown-headed cowbirds have a strategy that would infuriate helicopter parents—they let other species do it. Female cowbirds visit the nests of typically smaller songbirds...

July 21, 2022

2022 TWS ballot results

The results of the ballots for The Wildlife Society’s 2022 Council elections are in. The elections have ushered in Art Rodgers as the new vice president of TWS. Jim Sedinger...

July 8, 2022

City life may be a trap for sparrows

House sparrows and humans have a lot in common. Sparrows nest on the same buildings where people live and work. They eat the scraps of food that humans drop on...