Your science, perspectives, and conservation stories have a place in The Wildlife Society’s lineup of publications. TWS, with more than 80 years of publishing experience, continues to be trusted resource of wildlife conservation and management science. Our publications have a readership that stretches across the wildlife profession—from university researchers to wildlife managers and policy makers—ensuring your article reaches those who can best use it to advance wildlife conservation and management.
The Wildlife Society’s Peer-Reviewed Journals
TWS’ lineup of peer-reviewed journals are premier sources of wildlife conservation and management research, evaluations, and recommendations. Wildlife biologists, managers, and policy makers rely on the research published in TWS’ journals to make policy and management decisions that affect wildlife populations, their habitats, and the public’s enjoyment of their resource.
Our efficient peer-review process helps enhance your article and ensures your science is conveyed in an accurate, clear, and impactful manner.
TWS Journal Submission Guidelines
Interested in submitting a manuscript to one of our three journals? Get started today by following the author guidelines.
TWS Journal Style Guide
Before publication, editors will work with authors to ensure accepted manuscripts meet the requirements outlined in the style guide.
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The Journal of Wildlife Management
The Journal of Wildlife Management is a leading research journal driving wildlife management and conservation recommendations. The journal focuses on biology and ecology of wildlife and their habitats that can lead to management and conservation recommendations, new approaches to quantitative analysis, and commentaries or reviews pertaining to wildlife management..Submit a Manuscript
Wildlife Society Bulletin
The Wildlife Society Bulletin (WSB) is a fully open-access resource evaluating wildlife management and conservation practices. The journal publishes evaluations of management actions, articles integrating science and policy, economics, descriptions of new techniques and technology, opinion articles, case studies, and field insights .Submit a Manusript
Wildlife Monographs are focused investigations in wildlife conservation and management. This journal is an outlet for fully comprehensive studies on focused topics in wildlife science, management, and conservation.Submit a Manuscript
The Wildlife Professional Magazine
The Wildlife Professional is an award-winning magazine that publishes wildlife science news, analysis, commentaries, and conservation stories. The magazine provides a key platform for the wildlife profession to learn and discuss various approaches to conservation, new techniques in the field, effects of policy decisions, ethics, and major areas of challenge and opportunities facing the profession. This magazine, an exclusive benefit of TWS membership, relies on contributed articles from authors like you to be a success!
The Wildlife Professional: Sample Issue
Read this issue of the magazine to learn more about the types of articles and style of our publication.
The Wildlife Society’s Books
The Wildlife Society’s book series, published in partnership with Johns Hopkins University Press, covers a wide variety of topics related to wildlife management, conservation and policy.