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The May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional

The Beaver Balancing Act: Are these ecosystem engineers saviors or pests?

Read Now May 6, 2024
June 14, 2024

Artificial water sources help migrating cranes

Reservoirs, stock ponds and flooded meadows provide water in parched landscapes

June 14, 2024

Yellowstone calls for slightly larger bison herds

The proposal offers a middle ground on herd sizes

June 13, 2024

Can a little PR help rattlesnakes’ image?

Short videos can affect people’s perceptions of venomous reptiles

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June 14, 2024

Yellowstone calls for slightly larger bison herds

The proposal offers a middle ground on herd sizes

June 13, 2024

Canada authorities find narwhals no longer at risk

The species was one of 12 whose statuses were being reconsidered

June 12, 2024

Giant pangolins rediscovered in Senegal after quarter century

The species was believed to be extirpated from Niokolo-Koba National Park

June 11, 2024

Salmon expand range into warming Arctic

Once rare in the region, the fish are becoming increasingly common

June 10, 2024

Aging one-eyed wolf has 10th litter

The wolf is one of the oldest known in Yellowstone

June 7, 2024

New Jersey seeks to remove bald eagles, ospreys from endangered list

Plans also call for downlisting the bobcat to threatened

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June 6, 2024

Opossum rabies case raises concerns

Opossums usually don’t contract this disease

June 5, 2024

California wildlife crossing moving forward

The Highway 101 project is considered the world’s largest wildlife crossing

June 4, 2024

Study finds risk of wild pigs invading U.S. from Canada

Researchers warn of “high potential” for movement into states without wild pigs

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