David Frey

JWM: The new face of hunting

As the number of hunters wanes and agencies look to boost their ranks, they may be looking in the wrong places. The next generation of hunters in the U.S. may look very different from past

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The April issue of Wildlife Monographs

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Conservation News

States increase wolf management actions

After gray wolves in the contiguous United States were removed from the list of threatened and endangered species under the Endangered Species Act earlier this year, the species is now being managed by state wildlife agencies,