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The January issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

Articles include a look at how climate change is affecting mountain goats in Washington, monitoring brown lemurs and more

Read Now December 5, 2023
December 8, 2023

Manatee feeding effort ends

Biologists believe the mammals are in better health heading into this winter

December 7, 2023

Mount Graham red squirrel population declines

Biologists say the numbers show the need to continue conservation measures

December 6, 2023

Pollution leads to the birth of more female sea turtles

Contaminants seem to exacerbate similar effects caused by climate change

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November 14, 2023

North American birds shed their human names

The American Ornithological Society is renaming some 80 species

November 10, 2023

See y’all next year

TWS’ 30th Annual Conference comes to a close in Louisville

November 10, 2023

Q&A: A framework for ethics in wildlife management

In a society with competing views of wildlife, should managers be more explicit about the values at stake?


November 9, 2023

Arctic beavers may exacerbate climate change

Beavers expose methane frozen in the permafrost

November 9, 2023

TWS 2023: Confronting a changing profession

At TWS’ 30th Annual Conference, wildlifers grappled with shifting priorities

November 8, 2023

Women wildlife conservation leaders discuss mentorship

Top women wildlife leaders joined together to share their journeys


November 8, 2023

Meet our sponsors—Part 2!

Find out more about the products, services and efforts TWS’ conference sponsors have to offer

November 7, 2023

TWS 2023: Leopold Award recipient searches for the ‘purple bike’

John Koprowski discusses the importance of benefiting communities in conservation work

November 7, 2023

TWS 2023: Building trust in science

How can scientists combat misinformation?