The May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional

Check out our cover story on noise pollution and other articles on renewable energy

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As the human footprint on the landscape grows, so does the human impact on the soundscape. As the volume increases in the world, what does that mean for wildlife? In the May/June issue of The Wildlife Professional, our cover story explores how human-generated noise is affecting a range of species, from prairie dogs to blue whales. Also in this issue, our special focus looks at the impacts of renewable energy on wildlife and how to make these climate-friendly technologies more wildlife friendly.

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Header Image: Bryan Pijanowski, director of the Discovery Park Center for Global Soundscapes, has traveled the world to record the sounds of threatened species and habitats. Credit: Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources