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Chemicals from oil sands could hinder frog development

Frogs experience developmental abnormalities and decreased survival

Read Now February 1, 2023
February 2, 2023

JWM: Many herps in SW U.S. may lose a fifth of habitat to climate change

Climate change will likely affect reptiles and amphibians that don’t disperse far

A cat and a raccoon cross paths at night in Washington, D.C.
January 25, 2023

Outdoor D.C. cats put themselves and others in danger

Letting pet cats spend time outdoors can put them at risk for contracting diseases, while simultaneously causing harm to wildlife and the ecosystem. This finding came out of a larger...

golden eagle
January 25, 2023

TWS responds to bald and golden eagle rulemaking

The Wildlife Society, in partnership with TWS’ Renewable Energy Working Group, submitted comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service showing their support for proposed revisions to the implementation of...

Deer captured on a trail camera in Wisconsin
January 24, 2023

Human activity leads to wildlife species overlap

Human disturbance is causing animals to use less space in less time. New research using trail cameras in Wisconsin reveals that when humans are around, wildlife species more often share...

October 4, 2022

Refuge system receives House support for volunteer engagement

On September 19, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation supporting the National Wildlife Refuge System’s volunteer and community engagement programs.

October 3, 2022

JWM: Snowy weather affects mule deer survival in the winter

On September 19, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation supporting the National Wildlife Refuge System’s volunteer and community engagement programs. The Keep America’s Refuges Operation Act of 2022 (H.R....

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February 2, 2023

JWM: Many herps in SW U.S. may lose a fifth of habitat to climate change

Climate change will likely affect reptiles and amphibians that don’t disperse far

February 1, 2023

Chemicals from oil sands could hinder frog development

Frogs experience developmental abnormalities and decreased survival

January 30, 2023

WSB: When fieldwork is sabotaged

Tracking wolf populations presents challenges in the best of times. The carnivores are highly mobile and not exactly easy for wildlife biologists to handle. But researchers in Germany face an...

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A cat and a raccoon cross paths at night in Washington, D.C.
January 25, 2023

Outdoor D.C. cats put themselves and others in danger

Letting pet cats spend time outdoors can put them at risk for contracting diseases, while simultaneously causing harm to wildlife and the ecosystem. This finding came out of a larger...

kit fox
January 23, 2023

JWM: Texas kit fox populations appear healthy

The kit fox population living in the high elevation grasslands of the Trans-Pecos region of western Texas appears to be doing well. Texas Parks and Wildlife had noticed a decline...

pallas cat
January 19, 2023

Wild Cam: Mongolian wolves, marmots and a feral dog challenge

The wild montane regions of Mongolia are home to a diverse group of mammals, including ibex, one of the largest marmot species on the planet, furry Pallas’s cats and corsac...

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jaime coon
January 18, 2023

How to make the field safer, more inclusive for LGBTQ+ wildlifers

Plenty of research papers have covered some of the overarching institutional barriers faced by marginalized groups—like those belonging to the LBGTQ+ community—in environmental sciences, but those papers have often overlooked...

spotted owl
January 17, 2023

Researchers question spotted owl recovery efforts

A group of researchers is suggesting that plans to protect the northern spotted owl may need to be updated, with additional restrictions put in place on timber removal, even in...

blacck bear
January 13, 2023

Southwestern black bears are isolated on mountain ranges

Black bear populations in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico can be divided into several genetically distinct groups that haven’t mixed much for thousands of years. New research reveals that...

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