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The November/December issue of The Wildlife Professional

Still Alive: On its 50th anniversary, the Endangered Species Act may be more relevant—and controversial—than ever

Read Now November 16, 2023
December 1, 2023

What is driving wild turkey declines?

As their numbers fall in several states, biologists are looking for answers

December 1, 2023

Wolves prey on sea otters, seals in Katmai

The findings may be important to consider in wolf management

November 30, 2023

A busy time for habitat working group

From webinars to symposia, HRCWG efforts focus on habitat restoration and conservation

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Iowa Bioenergy
April 3, 2015

Chapter Develops Bioenergy Position Statement

The Iowa Chapter of TWS has developed a position statement on the impacts of biofuel energy development on wildlife within the state. “As Iowa continues to expand in and explore...

March 19, 2015

WG Convenes at 2015 Wildlife Management Conference

As a continuously evolving field, wildlife damage management faces challenges reaching far beyond determining the best way to resolve damage. The work inherently affects groups with varying interests, but is...

Annual Conference Logos
March 17, 2015

March 30 Deadline: 2016 Conference Logo Contest

The North Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society has extended the deadline for entries for a logo to represent The Wildlife Society’s National Conference to be held in Raleigh, North...


Steve Kendrot
March 6, 2015

TWS Member Honored for Invasive Species Management

Wildlife biologist Steve Kendrot, a member of The Wildlife Society since 1993, recently received the 2015 Leadership/Aquatics Award during National Invasive Species Awareness Week. Currently the deputy director of the...

MO Chapter
March 6, 2015

TWS Chapter Comments on Missouri Legislation

The Missouri Chapter of The Wildlife Society submitted comments to the Missouri legislature noting their opposition to several pieces of legislation targeting the Missouri Department of Conservation. The legislation being...

Alberta Chapter
March 6, 2015

Beaver Hills Bioblitz

Alberta Chapter of The Wildlife Society (ACTWS) biologists again played a key role in the success of the second annual Beaver Hills Bioblitz held January 18, 2015 at the Strathcona...


Western Section Meeting
February 23, 2015

Simmons Attends Western Section Annual Meeting

Mariah Simmons, TWS Wildlife Programs Coordinator, attended the Western Section’s Annual Meeting from January 26-30, 2015 in Santa Rosa, CA. Simmons was able to meet with many of the Section’s...

February 20, 2015

Victory for Virginia Chapter on Feral Cat Management

The Virginia Senate and House of Delegates recently considered several bills that would impact feral cat management in the state. The Virginia Chapter of TWS wrote letters and sent members...

February 18, 2015

TWS Member Receives Prestigious Award

Spotted owl researcher Eric Forsman, a member of The Wildlife Society since 1975, recently received a U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary’s Honor Award at a formal ceremony in Washington, D.C. ...