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The November/December issue of The Wildlife Professional

Still Alive: On its 50th anniversary, the Endangered Species Act may be more relevant—and controversial—than ever

Read Now November 16, 2023
November 22, 2023

JWM: Wild turkeys may face a tougher future in a warmer world

Climate change may create more difficulties for struggling populations

November 21, 2023

Mexican wolf wanders far beyond introduction area

U.S. wildlife managers are tracking it but have no immediate plan for capture

November 20, 2023

Earth experiences hottest year on record

Report finds 90% of the world experienced at least 10 days of temperatures “strongly affected by climate change”

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November 8, 2023

Meet our sponsors—Part 2!

Find out more about the products, services and efforts TWS’ conference sponsors have to offer

November 7, 2023

TWS 2023: Leopold Award recipient searches for the ‘purple bike’

John Koprowski discusses the importance of benefiting communities in conservation work

November 7, 2023

TWS 2023: Building trust in science

How can scientists combat misinformation?

November 6, 2023

Meet our sponsors!

Find out more about the products, services and efforts TWS’ conference sponsors have to offer

November 6, 2023

TWS’ 30th annual conference gets underway in Louisville

Thousands of wildlifers arrived in Louisville, Kentucky, for The Wildlife Society’s 30th Annual Conference. Participants gathered for the welcome reception at 4th Street Live!, a popular downtown venue that offered...

November 3, 2023

Lesser known frog disease prevalent in Central Florida

Perkinsea infects gopher frogs, which already have conservation challenges

November 3, 2023

Steve Johnson earns 2023 Excellence in Wildlife Education Award

Two scholarships recognize work with game birds and public policy

November 2, 2023

TWS2022: Private ranches host largest U.S. ocelot population

Ocelot tracking in Texas reveals a wider tolerance for habitat type than previously thought

November 2, 2023

The challenges of restoring bison to the plains

Brought from the brink of extinction, bison still present challenges