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The March issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin is now available

Articles focus on duck hunters’ bag limit compliance, LGBTQ+ inclusion and more

Read Now March 20, 2024
April 11, 2024

2024 TWS Elections: Vice President

This year’s nominees for vice president of TWS are Adam Ahlers and Evelyn Merrill

April 11, 2024

Study sounds alarm for native bee

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

April 10, 2024

WSB: Spotting leopard seals by algorithm

Researchers tested computer programs to see how well they identified individuals by their markings

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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

April 4, 2024

Texas dairy worker contracts bird flu

It’s the second known U.S. case of avian influenza affecting people

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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March 28, 2024

Bird flu is killing seals around the world

Scientists believe the mammals are contracting the virus from affected seabirds

March 21, 2024

B.C. to test for CWD

The province is working with First Nations to collect samples for testing

March 11, 2024

Georgia bats rebound after fumigation for white-nose syndrome

Researchers have been experimenting with ways to combat the deadly disease

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March 8, 2024

Avian flu is adapting to spread to marine mammals

The findings indicate “a multi-species outbreak”

February 28, 2024

What is killing fishers in New Hampshire?

Biologists are embarking on a study to see what role rodenticides may play

February 23, 2024

B.C. imposes restrictions to reduce chronic wasting disease spread

The disease was found in two deer in January