The September issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Strategies to adapt wildlife management in the face of climate change are often out of reach of wildlife professionals in the field. But there are actions that wildlife managers can take to translate broad concepts into on-the-ground activities. In a paper in the September issue of the Wildlife Society Bulletin, researchers develop a menu of tiered adaptation actions for managing wildlife populations and habitats.

Other articles consider using fecal DNA to estimate black bear density, predicting contact between bighorns and domestic sheep, sampling for boreal small mammals with snap traps, and more.

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