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  • MIA moose book alive, well and improved

    Recipient of The Wildlife Society’s 1998 Editorship Book Award, Ecology and Management of North American Moose, out of print and out of reach for the past four years, is being produced as a second edition by the University Press of Colorado. It is slate...
  • Environmental groups sue to restore protections for Yellowstone grizz

    One June 4, seven environmental groups announced that they are filing a lawsuit in Idaho federal district court challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) decision to remove grizzly bears from the Endangered Species Act (ESA), reports the Wi...
  • Farm Bill headed for fast track in House

    Congressman Collin Peterson, chairman of the House of Representatives’ Agriculture Committee, has indicated that he would like to have his committee begin consideration of the full 2007 Farm Bill in late June, with final action by the Committee prior to...
  • CWD Alliance puts chronic wasting disease on the map

    The Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Alliance continues to improve the delivery of accurate, up-to-date information about CWD to hunters, wildlife managers, biologists, and all others interested in the effective control of the disease, reports the Wildlife M...
  • Conservation honors bestowed

    During the 72nd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, held in March in Portland, Oregon, Marshall P. Jones, Jr., the Black Bear Conservation Committee and the Hoosier National Forest’s Early Successional Forest Management Team receiv...
  • Worth reading

    Two years ago in December, in eastern South Dakota, my son and I semi-wittingly encountered what one resident of Aberdeen informed us was the worst blizzard in the region in at least 50 years. Other nearby coffee cup-gripping kibitzers nodded soberly in a...