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The July/August issue of The Wildlife Professional

Native Wildlife, Native Lands: Indigenous communities play a growing role in conservation and management

Read Now July 9, 2024
July 17, 2024

2024 TWS election results are in

Evelyn Merrill has won the vice presidency while Al Arsenault, Lisa Muller, and Kathy Granillo have been elected to Council

July 16, 2024

Wildlife Vocalizations: Nathaniel Owolawi

Outreach and education can improve conservation knowledge in Nigeria

July 16, 2024

USFWS plans to cull 450,000 barred owls to help native species

Project aims to stymie loss of California and northern spotted owls

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April 24, 2024

Q&A: TEK and the wildlife profession

Tracing a trajectory from “elitism” to “equity”

April 9, 2024

New agreement paves the way for ocelot reintroduction on private lands

The safe harbor agreement lets ranch operations continue

April 4, 2024

Texas dairy worker contracts bird flu

It’s the second known U.S. case of avian influenza affecting people

March 11, 2024

Q&A: For LGBTQ+ wildlifers, is the field inclusive enough?

In a recent opinion in the WSB, authors say wildlife sciences need to do more

February 27, 2024

Wild Cam: Remote cameras zoom in on population size

Researchers found camera traps can replace traditional methods to gauge mammal densities

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?

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