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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
May 17, 2024

Watch: Beavers provide key ecosystem services

Environmental scientist Ben Goldfarb speaks with CDFW

May 17, 2024

Florida corridor buffers effects of climate change on wildlife—and people

10 million acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor are already conserved

May 16, 2024

TWS welcomes Leadership Institute class of 2024

The 10 participants will be getting to work soon

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April 30, 2024

Chronic wasting disease reaches Indiana

The sample came through program enlisting taxidermists

April 29, 2024

As deer shift northward, caribou decline

Climate change is pushing white-tailed deer into western Canada’s boreal forest

April 29, 2024

TWS comments on utility-scale solar installations

TWS leveraged the Conservation Affairs Network to develop comments reflecting members' expertise on renewable energy effects on wildlife

April 26, 2024

WSB: Study tests accuracy of thermal drone surveys

In South Texas, the heat can be blinding

April 26, 2024

Computer model explores Tribal use of fire for ecosystem health

The Karuk Tribe regularly conducted burns in the fire-prone Klamath Mountains

April 25, 2024

2024 TWS Elections: Southwest Representative  

This year’s nominees for Southwest Representative to TWS Council are Kathy Granillo and Erika Nowak

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April 25, 2024

Can these butterflies fill the gap left by their extinct relative?

Biologists released silvery blue butterflies in an area once occupied by the Xerces blue

April 24, 2024

Q&A: TEK and the wildlife profession

Tracing a trajectory from “elitism” to “equity”

April 24, 2024

History may point to a brighter future for Canada lynx

Areas the predator once roamed may be able to support them again

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