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The December issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin
The Wildlife Society Bulletin is a benefit of membership in The Wildlife Society. Published eight times annually, it is one of the world’s leading scientific journals covering wildlife science, management and conservation, focusing on aspects of wildlife that can assist management and conservation.
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How do you distinguish between subspecies of sandhill cranes? In a study in the December issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin, researchers created a field-ready tool to predict greater and lesser sandhill cranes without having to determine an individual’s sex. Researchers found the tool could serve as a fast, inexpensive and accurate method to identify subspecies in the Midcontinent population.
Other articles include a look at attitudes toward wolves in Poland, habitat guidelines for greater sage-grouse in Utah and the two-strike bear directive in Colorado.
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