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  • Special Sessions Announced for 73rd North American Conference

    The steering committee for the 73rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, which will be held March 25-29, 2008, in Phoenix, Arizona, announced the three Special Sessions that will follow the event's Opening (plenary) Session. The plena...
  • Public hearings conclude on Northern Rockies gray wolf delisting proposal

    Seven hearings on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) proposal to delist the Northern Rocky Mountain population (NRM) of gray wolves have concluded, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. All opportunity for public comments ended May 9. The p...
  • CWD Alliance puts chronic wasting disease on the map

    The Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Alliance and National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) Wildlife Disease Information Node have recently completed an exhaustive on-line bibliography of CWD-related research literature, citations and full-text a...
  • Coyotes not dissuaded by Chicago politics or its perpetual road construction:

    An excellent, new publication dealing with urban coyotes is now available, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. Urban Coyote Ecology and Management-The Cook County, Illinois, Coyote Project documents research with radio-collared coyotes in Chicago a...
  • New addition to WMI family

    In the wee hours of May 1, wee Owen Charles Dunfee was born to parents Kayte and Matt (WMI Conservation Project Specialist), in Annapolis, Maryland. The happy and fatigued couple is delighted with their healthy and rapidly growing son/puggle....
  • Worth reading

    Gumption, grit and greed accomplished Manifest Destiny and the transcontinental railroad secured it. A number of wonderful books have been written about the Golden Age of Steam and the men (robber barons and buccaneers) whose vision, brazenness, cunning a...
  • WMIs path forward

    It has been said that "the only thing constant is change." We at the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) are experiencing that truism firsthand. As reported in last month's "Outdoor News Bulletin," WMI is entering a new era. Although it has undergone a nu...