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WM: Over three decades, a lost landscape is restored and researchers’ lives are transformed

When deer were removed from a Lake Erie sand spit, the vegetation rebounded

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February 20, 2024

Arctic gulls choose fast food over organic meals

Researchers turned to machine learning to find out where short-billed gulls were showing up in Fairbanks, Alaska

February 16, 2024

WM: Over three decades, a lost landscape is restored and researchers’ lives are transformed

When deer were removed from a Lake Erie sand spit, the vegetation rebounded

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February 16, 2024

WM: Over three decades, a lost landscape is restored and researchers’ lives are transformed

When deer were removed from a Lake Erie sand spit, the vegetation rebounded

January 3, 2024

JWM: Despite predation, deer numbers in western Virginia are stable

Hunters had feared coyotes and bears were driving down deer populations

December 29, 2023

JWM: Reducing harvest regulations can boost male turkey numbers

Are hunting regulations keeping up with the South’s declining turkey numbers?

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December 27, 2023

Moon sheds new light on how ocelots and bobcats share the landscape

The two cats seem similar, but their behaviors change with the phases of the moon

December 26, 2023

JWM: Invasive pythons may affect bobcats in the Everglades

Pythons compete with bobcats for prey

December 21, 2023

U.S. government sets out on first-ever assessment of nature

The effort seeks dozens of authors to contribute to a 2026 report

November 22, 2023

JWM: Wild turkeys may face a tougher future in a warmer world

Climate change may create more difficulties for struggling populations

November 10, 2023

Q&A: A framework for ethics in wildlife management

In a society with competing views of wildlife, should managers be more explicit about the values at stake?

November 9, 2023

TWS 2023: Confronting a changing profession

At TWS’ 30th Annual Conference, wildlifers grappled with shifting priorities

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