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The May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional

The Beaver Balancing Act: Are these ecosystem engineers saviors or pests?

Read Now May 6, 2024
May 23, 2024

Mexican heat wave is killing howler monkeys

Temperatures are so high, the monkeys are falling from the trees

May 22, 2024

Jim Cardoza earns McDowell Award

The award is the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ highest honor

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February 9, 2024

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service holds course on wolf protections

The Service also announced a national recovery plan for the species

February 8, 2024

TWS 2023: Lions carry a large parasite load

Researchers used metabarcoding to learn more about parasites in wild cats in West Africa

February 5, 2024

TWS 2023: Can bird-repellent lasers be more eye friendly?

Researchers are examining whether technology to reduce crop damage may be improved

January 31, 2024

Are Alaskan wolves targeting wolverines?

A pack near Anchorage has likely killed three wolverines in the past few years

January 30, 2024

JWM: Translocated lemurs do well in new home

A population of endangered collared brown lemurs has grown two decades after reintroduction

January 23, 2024

Northeastern cities in North America can be suitable for reptiles, amphibians

Many species subsist in urban areas—especially those with more green space


January 22, 2024

How much is a vagrant Steller’s sea eagle worth?

Researchers quantify the dollar value of a random vagrant appearance of an exotic bird

January 19, 2024

Do hybrids hunt differently than Mojave or prairie rattlesnakes?

Tracking venomous snakes in New Mexico, researchers detected differences in hunting behavior

January 10, 2024

Uncovering trends in coyote-human conflict can aid in coexistence

Researchers examine records to find coyote conflict trends in San Francisco