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The July issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management is now available

Articles focus on wolverine density, barn owl nest occupancy and more

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June 21, 2024

Q&A: Missing wolves, forgotten landscapes and lost knowledge

A recent study suggests that, like ecosystems, science was reshaped by the loss of wolves

June 21, 2024

Michigan tries vaccine to protect deer from disease

The oral vaccine is intended to protect deer from bovine tuberculosis

June 20, 2024

Could treating injured raptors help lift a population?

Researchers found the work of rehabbers can have long-lasting benefits

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July 9, 2019

A big event in ‘the biggest little city’

Set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada, the first-ever joint conference of The Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society will focus on a broad array of natural resource topics...

March 5, 2018

Striving for success in Cleveland

Correction: A previous version of this story, which appeared in the March/April 2018 issue of The Wildlife Professional, incorrectly mentioned that our opening night event at the Rock & Roll...

January 19, 2017

Genetics study aims to aid pronghorn conservation decisions

Where highways have been identified as barriers to seasonal movements of migratory pronghorn, a project just beginning in Wyoming hopes to highlight the genetic effects of these anthropogenic stressors on...

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December 22, 2016

Conservation of the future

On more than one occasion, the Utah Community-Based Conservation Program has been touted as the embodiment of Aldo Leopold’s vision for wildlife conservation in North America. Ranchers Jay and Diane...

December 21, 2016

Clemson student takes new approach to white-nose syndrome

Most wildlife biologists know of the devastating impacts that white-nose syndrome has had on susceptible bat species such as little brown bats and Indiana bats. But how has the disease...

November 29, 2016

Native students find opportunities through TWS, WG program

Sixteen students stood up and introduced themselves one by one as the entire room looked on intently. They came from different universities, different tribal affiliations and even different countries. But...

November 18, 2016

Forward thinking earns McCullough Aldo Leopold Award

Progressive ideas are not always popular. Innovation can challenge existing institutions and is often met with scrutiny before being accepted by the masses. Dr. Dale McCullough believes he faced this...

November 11, 2016

Scat: The first step in conserving Mesoamerican jaguars

Rare and elusive wildlife species such as jaguars can be tricky to study in the wild, especially when it comes to genetics. But noninvasive scat sampling has allowed researchers to...

November 10, 2016

Kleberg Award recipient develops dynamic working group process

The publication of Utah’s Conservation Plan for Greater Sage-grouse in 2013 will be remembered as a major turning point in the history of the species’ conservation and management in the...

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