The January issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Although peer‐reviewed recommendations to inform climate adaptation are rapidly increasing, protected area management remains the prominent focus in the scientific literature. In the featured article of the January issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, the authors call for researchers to address the deficit of local‐scale, population‐based recommendations for climate adaptation for terrestrial wildlife. Other articles look at alpine chamois recruitment, northern bobwhite management, moose behavior on harvested landscapes and more.

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