TWS Wildlife News

Cameras gather key snake data on Guam

Brown treesnakes are known for their elusiveness, which makes it difficult for researchers and managers to assess the effectiveness of tools to manage them on the island of Guam, where they are invasive and incredibly

Conservation News

Reviving once extirpated Guam birds

Colored in drab brown with zebra-like stripes across its breast and standing about a foot tall, the Guam rail that zookeepers call Tasi isn’t much to look at in first glance. But shortly after it’s

TWS Wildlife News

Wildlife Services responds to typhoon

While most mainland U.S. residents were focusing on the potential of Hurricane Florence to harm coasts in the Southeast, other American territories were under threat from another massive and damaging weather pattern. In its aftermath,