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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 19, 2024

Special JWM issue highlights Indigenous wildlife research and management

Studies cover policy issues, Tribally driven research, management activities and Indigenous knowledge

July 19, 2024

Watch: First ever footage of Amazon weasel

Species has never been recorded in Bolivia

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109 Results for Endangered Species
April 3, 2023

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act reintroduced to U.S. Senate

The bipartisan wildlife legislation would provide unprecedented conservation funding

April 3, 2023

Florida manatee feeding operation wraps up for winter

Managers fed manatees nearly 400,000 pounds of lettuce to protect them from starvation

March 30, 2023

USFWS agreement advances conservation on working forests

The agreement formalizes the Wildlife Conservation Initiative

Puerto Rico parrots fly and perch inside an aviary in captivity
March 27, 2023

TWS2022: Reintroduction is boosting Puerto Rico parrot survival

Endangered birds only live in three wild populations on the island

A cinereous vulture stands among griffon vultures.
March 27, 2023

Extirpated vulture returns to Bulgaria

Reintroduced cinereous vultures are breeding in Bulgaria

March 22, 2023

The March/April issue of The Wildlife Professional

In the March/April issue of The Wildlife Professional, our cover story looks how to make the most of conservation dogs

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March 16, 2023

Searching new terrain for an endangered alpine fox

California researchers will use noninvasive techniques to learn about the Sierra Nevada red fox

March 13, 2023

Endangered Madagascar songbird rediscovered

The dusky tetra was found in two different sites in Madagascar’s tropical forests

Beluga whale image taken from drone footage
March 10, 2023

Flying drones at low altitudes may harass belugas

Researchers examined footage to find out why belugas were diving deep into the water of the St. Lawrence Estuary

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