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WM: Proper planning can aid waterfowl in Canada’s ‘duck factory’

Decades of research offer guidance in the Prairie Pothole Region

Read Now May 17, 2023
June 6, 2023

Small surveys can give a big picture

Researchers looked at key interactions to gauge the health of the ecosystem

June 6, 2023

TWS2022: Backcountry skiing pushes out endangered bighorns

Bighorns avoid backcountry ski areas during the winter

June 5, 2023

Air samples offer a snapshot of biodiversity on the ground

Could air quality monitors in place around the world provide a global check-up?

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May 16, 2023

Call for nominations open for Annual Climate Adaptation Leadership Awards

The awards recognize those taking action to reduce impacts of climate change and advance adaptation in a changing world

April 27, 2023

Bureau of Land Management proposes new public lands regulations

The regulations intend to put conservation on equal footing with other land uses

April 11, 2023

TWS urges funding for federal conservation programs in FY 2024

TWS submitted Fiscal Year 2024 House Interior appropriations testimony

April 3, 2023

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act reintroduced to U.S. Senate

The bipartisan wildlife legislation would provide unprecedented conservation funding

March 31, 2023

TWS member Mark Smith appointed to Federal Advisory Committee

Smith received the appointment with support from TWS

March 7, 2023

Conservation Partners deliver 2023 Farm Bill priority platform

The Wildlife Society joined partners in developing TRCP’s Hunter and Angler 2023 Farm Bill Priorities

February 24, 2023

USFWS to revamp Endangered Species Act permitting

Proposed changes would streamline deployment of survival and incidental take permits

February 21, 2023

Administration finalizes guidance on Indigenous knowledge in federal rulemaking

The guidance highlights the importance of incorporating Indigenous knowledge in federal rulemaking