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The March issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin is now available

Articles focus on duck hunters’ bag limit compliance, LGBTQ+ inclusion and more

Read Now March 20, 2024
April 19, 2024

Wildlife Vocalizations: Kylie Perez

Perez discusses the biggest challenge facing her generation when it comes to wildlife conservation

April 19, 2024

Warning drivers about wandering wildlife

Brazilian researchers are training computers to keep an eye out for animals on the road

April 18, 2024

2024 TWS Elections: Canadian Representative

This year’s nominees for Canadian Representative to TWS Council are Al Arsenault and Dennis Brannen

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April 8, 2024

Could a virus end an amphibian pandemic?

Researchers found a virus that attacks a fungus that has devasted amphibians around the world

April 8, 2024

TWS comments on biodiversity-focused National Wildlife Refuge System management

A proposed USFWS policy change would impact the management of biological integrity, diversity and environmental health

April 5, 2024

Special WSB issue to feature wild turkey symposium presenters

The Wildlife Society Bulletin and the National Wild Turkey Federation are partnering to share research

April 5, 2024

New Brunswick to reward farmers for conservation efforts

The Canadian province plans to incentivize farmers to protect waterways, wetlands and pollinator habitat

April 4, 2024

Texas dairy worker contracts bird flu

It’s the second known U.S. case of avian influenza affecting people

April 4, 2024

Watch: Alaska to use robot dog to keep wildlife off runways

Officials are testing the robot at Fairbanks International Airport

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April 3, 2024

Raptors prey on prairie dogs in the winter

Prairie dogs are a reliable food source, but plague is making them less consistent

April 3, 2024

Watching wildlife during the eclipse

Researchers are exploring how wildlife respond to the daytime darkness

April 2, 2024

Will grizzlies and ‘grolar bears’ reduce caribou?

Northwest Territories hunters and biologists are seeing more grizzlies and hybrids

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