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  • Bush Administration Pushes through Last-minute Regulatory Changes

    Several controversial regulations are being finalized during the waning weeks of the Bush Administration, making sweeping changes that the new Congress and Administration are vowing to try and stop, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  While the r...
  • Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow Has a New National Coordinator

    Wildlife biologist, hunter, trapper, conservationist and former Habitat Specialist at Purdue University, Dr. Zachary E. Lowe has been hired as the National Coordinator for the Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLfT) program.  Zach will assume his new po...
  • Centrist Politicians Nominated to Head Key Resource Departments in New Administration

    The Senate this week held confirmation hearings for President-elect Obama’s choices for cabinet positions, including those managing departments impacting wildlife and natural resource conservation.  In mid-December, Obama announced his selection of Sen...
  • Governors Have a Say in Prairie Conservation

    The future of thousands of acres of virgin prairie hangs in the balance as the governors of five midwestern states determine the rules for participation in U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) farm programs in the Prairie Pothole Region of the countr...
  • Kentucky Launches Bid to Enhance Bobwhite Population on Public Land

    Kentucky is raising the ante among states in the growing movement to implement the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI).  The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) already has established itself as a national leader in wo...
  • 74th Conference Special Session #3 to Highlight the Wonders and Woes of the Media in the Conservation Arena

    “Mixed Messages: Media and the Environment” is the topic of Special Session 3 at the 74th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.  Concurrent with three other special sessions, it will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Wednesda...
  • 77th North American Conference Site Selected

    Negotiations have been completed for the 77th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference to be held March 13-17, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia.  This premiere annual gathering of the continent’s foremost natural resource management administra...
  • 3rd International CWD Symposium Set

    Registration is now open for the 3rd International Chronic Wasting Disease Symposium, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  Titled “CWD – Advancing the Science and Developing the Tools,” the symposium will be held on July 22-24, 2009, at the ...
  • Worth Reading

    Aside from a personal connection to It’s a Long Way from Llano: The Journey of a Wildlife Biologist, I was enthralled by its autobiographical content.  It was authored by friend, colleague and wildlife conservation hero, Dr. James G. Teer.   Jim not ...