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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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December 20, 2017

The latest culprit in Arctic warming — beavers

Humans may not be the only culprits in climate change. The New York Times reports that as the arctic warms, beavers (Castor canadensis) are expanding their range north. The dams...

December 11, 2017

U.S. federal agencies funded until Dec. 22

On Dec. 7, Congress voted to avert a partial government shutdown, as funding from a previous Continuing Resolution was due to expire on Dec. 8. The new continuing resolution extends...

December 8, 2017

Hunter bags record-breaking python in Florida

A snake hunter outdid his own record for the largest Burmese python (Python bivittatus) captured in a South Florida district hunt last weekend. Jason Leon shot a 17-foot, 132-pound female...

December 7, 2017

Canada, B.C. governments release draft conservation agreement

The governments of Canada and British Columbia have developed a Draft Conservation Agreement for the Conservation of the Southern Mountain Caribou. The Southern Mountain Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), an ecotype...

December 5, 2017

Forest Service revisits sage-grouse plans

On Nov. 21 the U.S. Forest Service published a notice soliciting comments on its plan to revisit and possibly amend land management plans in regards to the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus...

December 5, 2017

Trump reduces Bears Ears and Grand Staircase monuments

Appearing in Utah on Monday, President Donald Trump shrank the size of two of the state’s national monuments by about 2 million acres. Trump decreased Bears Ears National Monument by...


December 4, 2017

TWS member’s loon study featured in Washington Post

TWS member Tiffany Grade’s Journal of Wildlife Management study on lead tackle and loon deaths in has been featured in the Washington Post. A biologist with the Loon Preservation Committee,...

December 1, 2017

Cleveland named to National Geographic Traveler’s ‘Best of the World’

If you needed another reason to come to The Wildlife Society’s 2018 Annual Conference in Cleveland, Ohio in October, just open up National Geographic Traveler. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports...

November 27, 2017

Manatee in Chesapeake Bay stuns researchers

November is Manatee Awareness Month, and researchers in the Chesapeake Bay have found themselves unusually aware of them. Earlier this month, they were shocked when they spotted a 7-foot manatee...