The July issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Many salamanders survive in tiny ranges that may be particularly vulnerable to climate change, but even some of the most widespread species in North America could see significant impacts. In the July issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, researchers looked at how climate change may affect range distributions of four widely occurring North American salamander species.

Other articles look at polar bears’ physiological response to helicopter capture, cattle depredation by black vultures in the Midwestern U.S., comparing Kirtland’s warblers in jack and red pines, and more.

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