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The January issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

Articles include a look at how climate change is affecting mountain goats in Washington, monitoring brown lemurs and more

Read Now December 5, 2023
December 8, 2023

Manatee feeding effort ends

Biologists believe the mammals are in better health heading into this winter

December 7, 2023

Mount Graham red squirrel population declines

Biologists say the numbers show the need to continue conservation measures

December 6, 2023

Pollution leads to the birth of more female sea turtles

Contaminants seem to exacerbate similar effects caused by climate change

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June 9, 2016

Toxoplasmosis parasite widespread even in healthy nene geese

Hawaii’s native geese may be too big for cats to hunt, but that doesn’t mean they are safe from the invasive predators. Parasites spread by cat feces kill about 4...

June 8, 2016

Wild animals and wild lands: Inextricably entwined?

The concept of “wilderness” is deeply entwined with the animals that live there. Now, a paper in the Journal of Forestry has proposed ways for future research to tease that...

June 3, 2016

Epic wolverine journey ends in North Dakota

Wildlife managers at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department knew the dead wolverine was special even before they performed a necropsy. It was the first wolverine (Gulo gulo) reported...


May 25, 2016

Matched underpasses offer insight into deer movement

In California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, construction teams are carving two new wildlife underpasses beneath Highway 89. The concrete structures, nearly identical in size and shape, will do more than provide...