Dana Kobilinsky

TWS2021: Age matters for golden-cheeked warblers

Older golden-cheeked warblers have better reproductive success than their younger counterparts, researchers found, as well has higher nest survival and overall productivity. The golden-cheeked warbler (Setophaga chrysoparia) is a federally endangered, neotropical migrant songbird that

Dana Kobilinsky

Building a student-motivated chapter

When Cary Chevalier was earning his bachelor’s degree at Arizona State University, he was a member of the student chapter of The Wildlife Society, but it didn’t have much faculty involvement or mentoring. So when

Dana Kobilinsky

Karen Swaim earns Distinguished Service Award

Karen Swaim, a principal and senior wildlife biologist at her own biological consulting firm, Swaim Biological, Inc., received the Distinguished Service Award for demonstrating a long-term commitment to The Wildlife Society and its Western Section.