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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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64 Results for Human Dimensions
January 2, 2024

New Year’s Eve fireworks aren’t for the birds

Fireworks trigger an “unprecedented flight response”

December 28, 2023

Bird feeding is not only for the birds

Humans benefit from the activity, too

December 21, 2023

U.S. government sets out on first-ever assessment of nature

The effort seeks dozens of authors to contribute to a 2026 report

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December 14, 2023

JWM: Swimming pools boost South African bat numbers

Artificial water sources could help populations experiencing a drought

December 7, 2023

AI cameras can reduce human-wildlife conflict in India

Researchers are deploying remote cameras with artificial intelligence capabilities in India to reduce conflicts between tigers and livestock. Tiger (Panthera tigris) populations have been so successful in rebounding in India that...

December 4, 2023

Noise and lights deter city frogs

Surveys reveal that two species don’t fare well in urban areas with increased human sound and light pollution

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November 14, 2023

North American birds shed their human names

The American Ornithological Society is renaming some 80 species

November 10, 2023

Q&A: A framework for ethics in wildlife management

In a society with competing views of wildlife, should managers be more explicit about the values at stake?

October 27, 2023

Warming Arctic may pose new risks to endangered right whales

Fishing boats and North Pacific right whales must share the narrow Bering Strait