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  • Conservation Plan for Spruce Grouse Published

    After more than three years of work, scientists have published the Continental Conservation Plan for Spruce Grouse, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. The plan resulted from a collaboration of spruce grouse researchers and managers, the Associati...
  • 74th Conference Special Session #2 Examines Universities’ Conservation Curricula

    Are universities adequately preparing the next generation of wildlife professionals? Do today’s students get enough hands-on field exposure or is their education too theory focused? How has the academic preparation of natural resource management profe...
  • Missouri Scores Second Major Success for Bobwhite Restoration

    Missouri’s determined efforts to implement the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) have paid off again, reports the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI). On the heels of the first official NBCI success in Scott County, Missouri, the nation...
  • Wildlife Management Short Course Offered

    During the week of March 30-April 3, 2009, Colorado State University will again offer the annual Wildlife Management Short Course mainly for laypersons and agency personnel without wildlife training.The five-day short course, limited to 50 participants, i...
  • Fast Buck for Fragmented Forests May Mean Fewer Bucks

    Changes of ownership of large tracts of industrial forestlands have been quietly underway in the United States during the past several decades. This has resulted, just as quietly, in reduced wildlife management capability and public recreational opportun...
  • 74th North American Conference Exhibit

    Agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals interested in gaining exposure for their conservation programs, projects, products and other outputs are invited to apply to exhibit at the 74th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. ...
  • Federal Agreement on Bighorns Draws Ire of Western States

    The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) charges that the U.S. Forest Service and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) quietly penned a draft Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) this fall that would usurp state wildlif...