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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 21, 2024

Q&A: Missing wolves, forgotten landscapes and lost knowledge

A recent study suggests that, like ecosystems, science was reshaped by the loss of wolves

June 21, 2024

Michigan tries vaccine to protect deer from disease

The oral vaccine is intended to protect deer from bovine tuberculosis

June 20, 2024

Could treating injured raptors help lift a population?

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

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May 23, 2024

Mexican heat wave is killing howler monkeys

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

February 27, 2024

Wild Cam: Remote cameras zoom in on population size

Researchers found camera traps can replace traditional methods to gauge mammal densities

February 14, 2024

Watch: Do apes have a sense of humor?

A study shows that great apes tease each other

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January 18, 2024

Watch: Capturing and conserving desert bighorn

Biologists in New Mexico conduct captures to bolster populations around the state

January 17, 2024

Drones and AI can improve wildlife monitoring efforts in Botswana

A view from above can help tackle alternative methods for wildlife population counts including black and white rhinos

December 20, 2023

TWS 2023: Plants repel Asian elephants from crops

Researcher examine alternatives to keeping elephants from crop raiding

October 20, 2023

The Department of the Interior announces two new wildlife refuges 

The Wyoming Toad Conservation Area and Tennessee’s Paint Rock River National Wildlife Refuge are the newest additions

October 10, 2023

Gray wolf recovery brings new management challenges

Scientists suggest creating zones for different types of gray wolf management

October 10, 2023

Watch: GPS helps track bears after rehab

California is using GPS collars on every black bear returned to the wild

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