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The May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional

The Beaver Balancing Act: Are these ecosystem engineers saviors or pests?

Read Now May 6, 2024
June 14, 2024

Artificial water sources help migrating cranes

Reservoirs, stock ponds and flooded meadows provide water in parched landscapes

June 14, 2024

Yellowstone calls for slightly larger bison herds

The proposal offers a middle ground on herd sizes

June 13, 2024

Can a little PR help rattlesnakes’ image?

Short videos can affect people’s perceptions of venomous reptiles

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July 12, 2023

JWM: Large, intense burns may limit habitat for Washington lynx 

Climate change and past fire suppression had led to damaging wildfires

July 12, 2023

Big herbivores preserve plant life in a warming Arctic

Animals like caribou and musk oxen slow the loss of plant diversity caused by disappearing sea ice

July 5, 2023

Rabid moose found in Alaska 

It’s the first documented case of rabies in a moose on the continent

June 30, 2023

Red tide leads to hundreds of sick and dying dolphins and sea lions in California 

An algae bloom is poisoning the marine mammals

June 15, 2023

TWS2022: Thai mushroom craze may fuel pangolin trafficking

Foragers find more than mushrooms among the termite mounds

June 12, 2023

As the avian flu spread, its severity grew

Researchers found the virus is usually severe in mammals

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June 9, 2023

Mammals moved differently during COVID-19 lockdowns

Animals traveled farther and closer to roads during “anthropause”

June 1, 2023

Hawaiian beach reopens after seal pup weans

The pup was the fourth Hawaiian monk seal born on the popular beach in recent years

May 31, 2023

CWD on the rise in Alberta 

Nearly one in four mule deer tested positive for the disease

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