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Wiley-Blackwell announces partnership with the Wildlife Society
Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons Inc., is pleased to announce a partnership with the Wildlife Society to publish its journals, the Journal of Wildlife Management, Wildlife Monographs, and the Wildlife Society Bulletin, beginning in January 2011. (2011-01-27)
Adirondack interstate underpasses designed for wildlife attract anything but, study says
Why did the deer cross the road? It didn't. And neither did the bear, fox or coyote, according to a new study by the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society that says wildlife underpasses designed to keep wildlife off the New York Thruway are not working. (2003-05-22)
Wildlife-snaring crisis in Asian forests
A very important article co-authored by WCS scientist Tony Lynam has been published in this week's Science about a crisis emerging in Asia from snaring, which is wiping out wildlife in unprecedented numbers. (2017-01-23)
Review examines economic growth and wildlife
The review explores the relationship between economic growth to consumer trends, social values, human population, ecological principles, technological progress, and wildlife conservation. (2003-04-29)
Malaysian State Of Sarawak Bans Commercial Hunting Of Wildlife
In a decision applauded by the Bronx-Zoo based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the Malaysian State of Sarawak voted unanimously to ban commercial hunting earlier this month to prevent further depletion of its wildlife and protect the food source of local communities. (1998-05-28)
New book maps out path to wildlife-friendly highways
Two Montana State University researchers co-edited a new book that deals one of the biggest threats facing wildlife populations -- roads. (2010-08-09)
Environment Is Business
Undeveloped communities with no other economic base, are finding that natural resources can be a golden goose. (1997-10-31)
Black hawks downed: Study reveals bird threat to US military helicopters
Rotary-wing aircraft, such as Apache and Chinook helicopters, play vital combat and logistical roles across the US military services, but new research in the Wildlife Society Bulletin reveals how vulnerable these aircraft are to wildlife strikes. (2014-03-03)
Tigers And Land Mines: Wildlife Experts Discuss Fate Of Korea's DMZ
A panel of wildlife and policy experts will discuss saving the unique and endangered wildlife found in Korea's Demilitarized Zone, now the largest expanse of unbroken habitat on the Korean Penninsula -- on Sat., March 20, 1999, 8:30-1:00 p.m., at the Asia Society, 725 Park Ave., New York. (1999-03-12)
Study reveals strong link between wildlife recreation and conservation
What inspires people to support conservation? As concerns grow about the sustainability of modern society, this question becomes more important. (2015-03-10)
Lead fishing tackle may be threatening loon populations
A new study published in the Journal of Wildlife Management reveals the devastating effects of lead fishing tackle on loon populations. (2017-10-12)
Like a deer in the headlights
Vehicle collisions with wildlife are common and often cause significant property damage and human injury. (2002-03-18)
Problem of emerging infectious diseases likely to worsen
Emerging infectious diseases pose a global threat to human and animal health, and the problem is likely to worsen, warns an expert in this week's BMJ. (2005-11-24)
Montana State researchers release guide to noninvasive carnivore research
Two Montana state University researchers are principal editors of (2008-06-27)
Are Ice Age relics the next casualty of climate change?
The Wildlife Conservation Society recently launched a four-year study to determine if climate change is affecting populations of a quintessential Arctic denizen: the rare musk ox. (2008-04-24)
Asian waterbirds stage remarkable comeback
According to a report released today by the Wildlife Conservation Society, several species of rare waterbirds from Cambodia's famed Tonle Sap region have staged remarkable comebacks, thanks to a project involving a single team of park rangers to provide 24-hour protection to breeding colonies. (2008-04-03)
Update on census of wrld's most endangered cat -- female Amur leopard found dead
Following the April 18 announcement that only 25 to 34 of the Amur or Far Eastern leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) remain in the wild, World Wildlife Fund says the number must now be revised because a female Amur leopard was brutally killed. (2007-04-23)
Virginia Tech wildlife specialist helping to protect state's new official bat
To protect the endangered Virginia Big-Eared bat, which is the newly named official Virginia state bat, as well as other species of bats, Virginia Tech Extension wildlife specialist Jim Parkhurst has written a guide that can help citizens deal with bats that have strayed from natural habitats into their homes. (2005-03-30)
Is rare wildlife traded on the darknet?
Unlike illicit trade in drugs, guns or pornography, illicit trade in rare wildlife doesn't have to hide on the 'darknet' because people can find whatever rare species they want in the open marketplace. (2016-02-29)
The power of poison: Study examines pesticide poisoning of Africa's wildlife
Poisons are silent, effective and cheap, making them especially dangerous in Africa where they are used for both pest control and illegal poaching. (2014-03-19)
Newly discovered monkey is threatened with extinction
Just three years after it was discovered, a new species of monkey is threatened with extinction according to the Wildlife Conservation Society, which recently published the first-ever census of the endangered primate. (2008-07-28)
Hunting, birdwatching boosts conservation action
What inspires people to support conservation? A new study by researchers at Cornell University provides one simple answer: bird watching and hunting. (2015-03-10)
Getting close to nature is good for you
Connecting with nature can improve your health and wellbeing, say researchers in this week's BMJ. (2005-11-24)
Hareless: Yellowstone's rabbits have vanished, study says
A new study by the Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society found that jack rabbits living in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have apparently hopped into oblivion. (2008-02-14)
WCS launches new program aimed at reducing unsustainable hunting overseas
The Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has launched a new program aimed at eliminating unsustainable hunting overseas, calling it the single greatest threat to wildlife in tropical forests today. (2002-05-10)
World's most endangered gorilla fights back
In the wake of a study that documented for the first time the use of weaponry by Cross River gorillas to ward off threats by humans, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced today new field surveys to better protect this most endangered great ape. (2007-12-05)
Overpasses and underpasses for migrating animals may reduce collisions with automobiles
In the western United States, mule deer and pronghorn (animals that are similar to antelopes) undergo annual migrations that place them and drivers at risk for collisions when the animals cross busy roadways. (2016-05-16)
New study of the world's smallest elephant
The world's smallest elephant species, the newly described Bornean elephant, will be the focus of a Cardiff University study in Sabah, Malaysia for the next three years. (2005-12-08)
Wildlife Conservation Society announces new snake species
The Wildlife Conservation Society announced the discovery of a spectacularly colored snake from a remote area of Tanzania in East Africa. (2012-01-09)
Newly discovered fish named after New York aquarium biologist
An ichthyologist from the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium received the ultimate honor recently, when a freshwater fish discovered on the African island nation of Madagascar was named after him. (2007-01-24)
Fiji Conservation Science Forum
The 2nd Fiji Conservation Science Forum will address and confront the ongoing climate-biodiversity crisis and provide an opportunity for scientists, conservation practitioners, decision and policy makers in Fiji to discuss current and future projects that will safeguard Fiji's people and environment against the effects of climate change. (2011-09-13)
Elementary Students Mapping Virginia Wildlife
When Christiansburg (Virginia) Elementary School (CES) wanted to start a wildlife mapping and tracking educational program for its students, it turned to Virginia Tech Wildlife Society student members. (1998-12-17)
Wildlife Conservation Society releases definitive 'state of the wild'
A comprehensive book of essays, highlighting the most pressing conservation issues facing the globe, was released today by the Wildlife Conservation Society. (2008-04-16)
Will aid to poor put wildlife at risk?
Even a small increase in the wealth of poor, rural families in Gabon may cause a substantial increase in the consumption of bushmeat, according to a study by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in a recent issue of Conservation Biology. (2005-03-17)
Researchers examine contaminants in hunted wildlife
Concerning environmental contaminants, game species are not subject to the same safety testing as commercially marketed livestock. (2017-08-09)
Study calls for urgent need for improved human-wildlife conflict management across India
There is an urgent need to strengthen human-wildlife conflict management across India, as up to 32 wildlife species are damaging life and property in this nation of 1 billion people, according to a recent study published in the July 2017 edition of Human Dimensions of Wildlife. (2017-06-27)
'The Last Great Wilderness'
University of Alaska Fairbanks alumnus and UAF affiliate faculty Roger Kaye chronicles the campaign to preserve the area that eventually became the Arctic National Wildlife refuge. (2006-11-15)
Horseshoe crab decline threatens shorebird species
Researchers from Virginia Tech and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife have documented a reduction in the number of red knot birds throughout the Delaware Bay tied to a decline in horseshoe crabs. (2006-02-21)
Study: urban black bears 'live fast, die young'
Black bears that live around urban areas weigh more, get pregnant at a younger age, and are more likely to die violent deaths, according to a study by the Wildlife Conservation Society. (2008-09-30)
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