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Wildlife Vocalizations: Anna Brose

Anna Brose shares the excitement and enthusiasm that pushes her past the road bumps she may encounter

Read Now March 21, 2023
Anna Brose holds a bison skull in Yellowstone National Park while doing telemetry checks on collared bison in the park in 2017.
March 30, 2023

2023 TWS Elections: Vice President

This year’s nominees for vice president of TWS are Fidel Hernández and Paul Johansen

March 30, 2023

USFWS agreement advances conservation on working forests

The agreement formalizes the Wildlife Conservation Initiative

March 29, 2023

Migrating birds may break for immune system boost

Stopovers aren’t just to refuel, researchers found

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October 21, 2014

TWS Supports Duck Stamp Increase

The Wildlife Society, along with 34 other wildlife conservation and sportsmen’s groups, urged Members of Congress to increase the price of the Duck Stamp.  Congress is currently considering legislation to...

October 21, 2014

FWS to Establish Recovery Plan for Endangered Frog

In a lawsuit settlement with the Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agreed to restore habitat and reintroduce the endangered, mountain yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) in...

October 21, 2014

New Fact Sheet: Impact of Disease on Bighorn Sheep

TWS members can now access the most current science, management tools, and federal action regarding conservation of bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) through a new fact sheet developed and released by...

October 21, 2014

Student Conclaves Announced

Five Student Conclaves are hosted by universities from across the United States and Canada annually, each representing a different section of The Wildlife Society. The host institutions have been announced...

October 21, 2014

Fun in San Francisco

The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of TWS has recently provided members with several opportunities to learn and engage. Recent events have included a hike to observe Tule Elk at...

October 21, 2014

Hemorrhagic Virus Threatens Spain’s Amphibians

The world’s amphibians cannot catch a break. Climate change, habitat loss, and the spread of chytrid fungus already contribute to declining populations. Now, a deadly virus is ravaging Spain’s toads...

October 20, 2014

TWS Recommendations for Critical Habitat Policies

The Wildlife Society submitted comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) applauding their efforts to bring regulatory clarity to rules and policies related to critical habitat designations under...

October 20, 2014

Flyway to the Danger Zone

Flying at night should be old hat for bats, but this routine feat is becoming increasingly dangerous. Tens to hundreds of thousands of migratory bats turn up dead at the...

October 20, 2014

The Wildlife Confessional

Have you spent hours in the field being eluded by a species you were making every effort to locate? Did your day of field research turn in to a comical...