Are wildlifers’ values changing?

January 16, 2020

When TWS members conducted a study in 1998 to assess what wildlife conservation professionals, including TWS members, valued, they were already detecting a ...

Management actions help woodpecker recover

October 23, 2019

At Fort Stewart, Georgia, and across much of the Southeast, the red-cockaded woodpecker is on the rebound. Listed as endangered since the Endangered Species Act was ...

Q&A: David Steen, giving snakes a voice

October 22, 2019

Sometimes he’s identifying snakes from tweeted pictures. Sometimes he’s reaching out to the public to increase awareness — and ease people’s phobias — of ...

Alan Wentz earns 2019 Aldo Leopold Award

October 15, 2019

Before Alan Wentz can even remember, he had a love for the outdoors. “My mother often told me a story,” said Wentz, a retired chief conservation officer for ...

Is time running out for the ocelot?

May 10, 2019

In his 35 years studying ocelots (Leopardus pardalis), 42-year TWS member Michael Tewes has seen plenty of efforts to conserve them in his home state of Texas, but ...
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