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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
May 21, 2024

Genetics help combat illegal movement of feral swine

Most wild pigs are hybrids, offering clues to distinguish them from domestic pigs

May 21, 2024

Colorado lawmakers open door to wolverine return

A bill seeks to create an experimental population

May 20, 2024

Ukraine war impacts migrating eagles

GPS tags showed greater spotted eagles avoided conflict zones

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April 11, 2024

Study sounds alarm for native bee

The species ‘could blink out’ in decades, researchers found

April 10, 2024

Hunter harvests wolf in Michigan coyote hunt

No wolf had been seen in that part of the state for over a century

April 8, 2024

Could a virus end an amphibian pandemic?

Researchers found a virus that attacks a fungus that has devasted amphibians around the world

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April 5, 2024

New Brunswick to reward farmers for conservation efforts

The Canadian province plans to incentivize farmers to protect waterways, wetlands and pollinator habitat

April 4, 2024

Watch: Alaska to use robot dog to keep wildlife off runways

Officials are testing the robot at Fairbanks International Airport

April 3, 2024

Watching wildlife during the eclipse

Researchers are exploring how wildlife respond to the daytime darkness

April 2, 2024

Will grizzlies and ‘grolar bears’ reduce caribou?

Northwest Territories hunters and biologists are seeing more grizzlies and hybrids

April 1, 2024

Researchers say two killer whale groups are different species

Resident and transient killer whales overlap but don’t mix

March 29, 2024

Little brown bats found with white-nose syndrome in Colorado

It’s the second bat species in the state known to have contracted the disease

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