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  • FWS to Expand Take for Bald and Golden Eagles

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) released a final rule on September 11 that will allow two new types of take permits under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  The new rules will allow limited inc...
  • Judge Allows Wolf Hunts to Continue

    On September 1, the Idaho Fish and Game Department opened the first legal wolf hunt since the animal was removed from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) last spring, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. Four wolves were killed in the Lolo and Sawtoot...
  • 3rd International CWD Symposium Abstracts Available

    A complete list of speakers and presentation abstracts from the 3rd International Chronic Wasting Disease Symposium held from July 22-24, 2009 in Park City, Utah, are available online at the Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance website. The document can be do...
  • Appointment of Wisconsin DNR Secretary Still at Issue

    Legislation that would restore the authority of the Wisconsin Natural Resource Board (NRB) to appoint the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently moved closer to being enacted.  Concurrent bills, Senate Bill 113 passed the Commit...
  • MIA Transactions Alive, Well and Available

    Lost for a time in Cyberspace, the Transactions of the 73rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference has been recovered and can be obtained as a PDF at the WMI Store.  This Transactions contains plenary, special session and workshop pres...
  • Worth Reading

    Most books worth reading don’t start out scatologically, but this one does.  Even so, Steve Rinella’s American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon (2008) is enlightening and entertaining.  It combines natural history and adventure, presented in an a...