The February issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Highly pathogenic avian influenza has become sufficiently common and geographically widespread in wild birds to represent an emergent disease threat to North American wildlife. In the February issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, researchers provide a review that can help wildlife managers develop strategies to deal with future outbreaks.

Other articles look at determining fisher occupancy in the Northern Rockies, estimating allowable take for an increasing bald eagle population and how habitat and weather influence white-tailed deer body condition.

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