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The July issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management is now available

Articles focus on wolverine density, barn owl nest occupancy and more

Read Now June 17, 2024
June 20, 2024

Could treating injured raptors help lift a population?

Researchers found the work of rehabbers can have long-lasting benefits

June 20, 2024

Rhode Island bill would ban captive hunting

A second bill addresses collisions with wildlife

June 18, 2024

Cameras reveal the social lives of urban sea turtles

A threatened California population is surprisingly tolerant of one another

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June 16, 2023

Tough regulations work best to stem wild pig invasion

Researchers found states with the laxest regulations had the biggest pig problems

June 15, 2023

TWS2022: Thai mushroom craze may fuel pangolin trafficking

Foragers find more than mushrooms among the termite mounds

June 2, 2023

Snake sightings shore-ly surprising for beachgoers

Species like cottonmouths and Burmese pythons sometimes turn up on beaches

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May 26, 2023

Ranchers provide insight into carnivore fencing

Scientists met with landowners once a month to create fencing surveys

May 15, 2023

The May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional

Check out our cover story on noise pollution and other articles on renewable energy

May 4, 2023

NC agencies partner to make highways safer for wildlife

Wildlife and transportation officials are working to create more wildlife crossings

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May 2, 2023

Researchers map a place for woodpeckers in city parks

Parkland can offer an urban oasis for pileated woodpeckers

April 20, 2023

JWM: Bear hunting doesn’t decrease conflict in Ontario

The number of reports about human-bear conflict actually increased in some areas after a pilot bear hunt was reinstated

April 18, 2023

People—and their attitudes—drive California mountain lion deaths

A massive study reveals statewide mortality rates