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Special JWM issue highlights Indigenous wildlife research and management

Studies cover policy issues, Tribally driven research, management activities and Indigenous knowledge

July 19, 2024

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Bird
May 29, 2015

Contentious Clean Water Rule Finalized

After a lengthy rulemaking process, including an extended public comment and over 400 stakeholder meetings, the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers announced their final rule defining waters...

Pufferfish
May 29, 2015

Cartwheeling Spider Among Top 10 New Species of 2015

A spider that performs a cartwheel trick to escape from predators, a nine-inch walking stick and a fanged frog are among the top 10 new species of 2015, according to...

TWS Annual Conference 2015 Winnipeg
May 29, 2015

TWS Conference: What to Expect

What can you expect at this year’s Annual Conference? A truly amazing and unique experience. The TWS Annual Conference returns to Canada for the first time in a decade, and...

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Wild horses
May 28, 2015

Corolla Wild Horses Letter

TWS, along with the National Wildlife Refuge Association and The Society for Range Management, sent a letter to the Senate Subcommittee on Fisheries, Water, and Wildlife opposing S. 1204, the...

Storm the polar bear
May 28, 2015

TWS Conference: Polar Bears Research and Conservation Education Experience

Join The Wildlife Society’s field trip to the International Polar Bear Conservation Centre during the 2015 TWS Annual Conference. Learn more about the educational and professional networking opportunities available to...

Worm
May 28, 2015

Invasive Earthworms Spread Mercury to Wildlife

It’s true that the early bird catches the worm but, in New England’s forests, the worm might actually be killing the bird with toxic trace metals. Invasive earthworms are absorbing...

Ken Williams
May 28, 2015

Thoughts from the Executive Director

As we approach the end of the Society’s 2014-2015 fiscal year, the financial recovery from our earlier difficulties appears to be accelerating, and with the recovery come new opportunities. We...

Bear
May 27, 2015

New Proposed Rules for Bear Hunts in Florida

Officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) recently developed rules for Florida’s first bear hunt if the proposal for limited bear hunting, which was approved last month,...

Butterfly
May 27, 2015

Vineyards Restore Native Habitat, Attract Butterflies

If there was a classiest insect award, it would go to butterflies, which seem to have an affinity for wine — or vineyards, at least. According to a recently published...

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