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a community of students, educators, and researchers learning to face challenges and make wise choices about our environment. Natural resources like clean water, fish, wildlife, and recreational opportunities are always in demand. We make management decisions about these resources by applying ecological principles and knowledge. Our goal is to balance the current needs of people with sustainability or future availability of resources. We offer degree programs at the BS, MS, and PhD levels which prepare students for professional careers in Natural Resources Management.

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Combating the Rage
When renowned bat researcher Denny Constantine passed away on May 24, 2014, the wildlife health community lost one of its most prolific researchers. Last winter, when Denny realized he . . .

Quest for Safer Skies
In a patch of sky above Pennsylvania, a golden eagle moves languidly, never flapping but passing quickly as it cruises southward on a cushion of air. It is migrating . . .

Now in Print:The Wildlife Professional Fall 2014 Issue
The fall issue of The Wildlife Professional is in print. miss our cover package on wildlife research in Pennsylvania, including an analysis of the impacts of shale-gas development, minimizing . . .

The Wildlife Professional Fall 2014 Table of Contents
Shale Gas Development Bringing Change to Pennsylvania Forests and Wildlife By Margaret C. Brittingham, Lillie A. Langlois, and Patrick J. Drohan Quest for Safer Skies Modeling Golden Eagles and . . .

The Wildlife Professional Letters to the Editor, Fall 2014
Wolf A Response to Bergstrom Professor Bergstrom’s “Wolf A Response to Mech” (summer 2014) offers an excellent opportunity to empirically test which approach to Northern Rocky Mountain (NRM) wolf-recovery . . .

The Wildlife Professional Bibliography, Fall 2014
Shale Gas Development By Margaret C. Brittingham, Lillie A. Langlois, and Patrick J. Drohan Bayne, E. M., L. Habib, and S. Boutin. 2008. Impacts of Chronic Anthropogenic Noise from . . .

Shale Gas Development
If you have spent any time in the forests of Pennsylvania over the past six years, you’ve noticed many changes — mainly in the form of well pads, drilling . . .

The Hidden Works of J. N. “Ding” Darling
Anyone who has ever marveled at the sight of ducks in flight should appreciate the legacy of Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling — the Pulitzer prize-winning cartoonist and pioneering conservationist whose . . .

Game Ranching in South Africa
turnover breaks the billion-rand barrier” (Farmer’s Weekly 2014). This recent headline from a periodical in South Africa highlights the phenomenal growth in game ranching — the practice of extensive ranching, breeding, and selling . . .

Keeping Cattle Tick Fever at Bay
During a recent horseback patrol along the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) employees known as Tick Riders discovered cattle fever ticks (CFTs) on four white-tailed does that . . .