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Wildlife Vocalizations: Anna Brose

Anna Brose shares the excitement and enthusiasm that pushes her past the road bumps she may encounter

Read Now March 21, 2023
Anna Brose holds a bison skull in Yellowstone National Park while doing telemetry checks on collared bison in the park in 2017.
March 24, 2023

Women in Wildlife Cookout continues a SUNY Cobleskill tradition

Now in its 20th year, the event has worked to welcome women into the field

March 23, 2023

Wildlife Vocalizations: Kathleen Carroll

Carroll has seen how bad advice can also teach us important lessons and crafted her own advice to consider

March 23, 2023

Colorado investing $1 million to reduce human-bear conflict

Grants will go to small community projects across the state

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Amphibians in Decline
December 8, 2014

Trouble in the Aquatic World

From the winter issue of The Wildlife Professional. An open-access article, written in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service — a premier partner with The Wildlife Society. How Wildlife Professionals...

APHIS Wildlife Disease Biologist Randy Mickley
December 5, 2014

USDA Wildlife Services Aids in Discovery of Mysterious Eider Virus

Wildlife Services employs a diverse team of wildlife experts who help resolve a wide array of human-wildlife conflicts. Wildlife disease management is one area where our expertise in capturing and...

Appalachian National Scenic Trail
December 4, 2014

Senators Pen Letter Urging Reauthorization of LWCF

A bi-partisan group of Senators has written a letter urging reform for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). The 35 Democrat and six Republican co-signees wrote to the Senate...

Mule Deer Herd
December 4, 2014

Controversy in Alberta over Proposed Wildlife Regulations

Alberta’s wildlife regulations — rules that support the Wildlife Act in managing the province’s wildlife — are set to expire on June 30, 2015, and proposed revisions by the Alberta...

December 3, 2014

Parasites in Peril, Researchers Find

Parasites have notorious reputations for not only sapping their hosts of valuable resources, but also spreading disease and infection — a serious threat for hosts teetering on the brink of...

Polar Bear Alaska
December 1, 2014

A Chilly Tale: Balding Polar Bears

A polar bear’s signature white pelt does more than camouflage the large hunter on snow-covered terrains. Its thick fur also provides a vital layer of insulation, protecting it from subfreezing...

Detection Dogs
November 26, 2014

APHIS Uses Detection Dogs for Nutria Eradication

Keeva and Rex are the two newest recruits in the efforts to protect Chesapeake Bay wetlands by eradicating invasive nutria from the Delmarva Peninsula. They have been trained to detect...

Swainson's Warbler
November 24, 2014

Rare Songbird Makes ‘Biological Desert’ Its Home

One of the rarest migratory songbirds in the United States is quickly colonizing southern pine farms, according to a recent study published in Bird Conservation International. Over the course of...

Northern Pintails
November 20, 2014

House Passes Bill to Increase Price of Duck Stamps

A bill to increase the price of duck stamps from $15 to $25 passed the House on Tuesday with very little resistance. H.R. 5069 was passed out of the House...