The February issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

Check out articles on grizzly habitat protections, pronghorn management, duck harvest and more

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Yellowstone National Park restricts human access to some areas to protect critical grizzly habitat. In a study in the February issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, researchers examined how much bears were using these areas and if the restrictions reduced the potential for human-bear conflicts. 

Other articles look at pronghorn management in the desert Southwest, duck harvest distributions in the Central and Mississippi flyways, weather and wild turkeys, and more. 

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Header Image: A saltwater crocodile catches a tilapia in a tidal river. Credit: Yusuke Fukuda