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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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October 19, 2014

Tribes and First Nations sign “Buffalo Treaty”

Last week, 11 U.S. Indian Tribes and Canadian First Nations signed a treaty that established an intertribal alliance aimed at restoring bison in their territories located throughout the Great Plains...

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May 9, 2014

2014 Leadership Institute Participants Announced

On May 9th, The Wildlife Society (TWS) announced the selections for the 2014 TWS Leadership Institute. They are promising early-career wildlife professionals who were chosen from a competitive pool of...

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April 29, 2014

Meet The Candidates

The Wildlife Society announces candidates for positions on TWS Council. Electronic ballots will be sent in May to all members with an email address. If you do not have an...

April 28, 2014


TWS membership is open to wildlife professionals, students and anyone who is interested in wildlife science, management and conservation. You can join TWS or renew your membership through the links...

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April 28, 2014


The Wildlife Society is designated as a 501(c)3 non-profit association by the IRS (EIN: 52-0788946). Your donation supports The Wildlife Society’s efforts to sustain healthy wildlife populations and habitats for generations...

April 28, 2014