TWS News

publications

The July/August issue of The Wildlife Professional

Native Wildlife, Native Lands: Indigenous communities play a growing role in conservation and management

Read Now July 9, 2024
July 18, 2024

Isolated turtle population receives federal listing

The Pearl River map turtle will receive a threatened listing under the Endangered Species Act

July 17, 2024

2024 TWS election results are in

Evelyn Merrill has won the vice presidency while Al Arsenault, Lisa Muller, and Kathy Granillo have been elected to Council

Filter Results
  • Category

  • Series

  • Geography

  • Area of Focus

86 Results for Climate Change
July 18, 2024

Climate poses greatest threat to North American birds

Specialist birds are at an elevated risk

July 2, 2024

Hudson Bay polar bears may not survive climate change

More ice-free days may eliminate these populations

June 11, 2024

Salmon expand range into warming Arctic

Once rare in the region, the fish are becoming increasingly common

June 5, 2024

TWS2023: How do zebras and wildebeests respond to drought?

Researcher tracked ungulates in a Namibian national park for several years

June 3, 2024

Storm-tossed flamingos remain in Florida

A survey found over 100 flamingos in the state after Hurricane Idalia blew them in

May 23, 2024

Mexican heat wave is killing howler monkeys

Temperatures are so high, the monkeys are falling from the trees

PAID AD

May 20, 2024

Boreal forests and tundra among hardest hit over 500 years of climate change

These landscapes also play a significant role in regulating climate

May 17, 2024

Florida corridor buffers effects of climate change on wildlife—and people

10 million acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor are already conserved

May 16, 2024

Pollinators decline in western U.S., southern Mexico

The declines appear related to climate change

PAID AD