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  • Special Sessions Set for 76th North American

    The Program Committee for next year’s North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference just announced the event’s Special Sessions, described below.The 76th North American will be held March 14-19, 2011, at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas Ci...
  • Wildlife Research Techniques Under Review After Animal, Human Deaths

    A series of unrelated incidents that left grizzly bears, mountain goats and a Wyoming man dead has caused a review of some wildlife research projects, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. The U.S. Geological Survey's Northern Rocky Mountain Science...
  • Saltcedar, Flycatcher and Saltcedar Leaf Beetle—Three Part Disharmony

    In an ironic twist of fate, the federally endangered southwestern willow flycatcher has likely secured the survival of one of the most hated invasive plant species in the western United States, reports the Wildlife Management Institute....
  • Open Fields Bear Fruit

    An effort initiated several years ago to increase hunting opportunities significantly has finally come to fruition. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is requesting comments on an interim rule and has provided application procedures for the Volunt...
  • BLM Moves to Protect Colorado’s Vermillion Basin

    A new U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) draft resource management plan for northwestern Colorado would protect the 77,000-acre Vermillion Basin from energy development. The new plan is a sharp turn away from a 2007 draft plan that would have allowed en...
  • Fish and Wildlife Plans Arctic 50th Celebration

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is preparing to launch a year-long celebration of a milestone in conservation history — the 50th anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge....
  • State Fish and Wildlife Agency Transformation Workshop Part II Slated

    State fish and wildlife agencies (SFWAs) are struggling to address new and emerging conservation challenges while retaining core traditional programs. Many are finding they are unable to do so adequately and fear loss of relevancy to society unless they ...
  • Get Newer and Faster Information on Chronic Wasting Disease

    Individuals wishing to stay abreast of up-to-date news and information regarding chronic wasting disease (CWD) now have a resource that will provide timely updates to email accounts, cell phones and personal web pages, reports the Wildlife Management Inst...