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Virginia Wildlife Feature Spotlight

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Issue Number 11, November 2011:

Living with Wildlife

There are many ways we can accommodate the needs of wildlife in order to successfully coexist.

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Issue Number 11, November 2011:

The Migratory Bird Treaty Act:
Its Origins and Impacts

Many view the passage of this historic legislation as a catalyst of the modern conservation movement.

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Issue Number 7, July 2011:

The Foot Soldiers

Graduate students across the state—and the nation—make tremendous contributions toward the management of wildlife.

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Issue Number 7, July 2011:

Trashing Wildlife

In the natural landscape, trash becomes more than just an eyesore.

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Issue Number 6, June 2011:

Offering a Second Chance

The future looks more hopeful for endangered mussels in Virginia.

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Issue Number 6, June 2011:

Me Gusta Pescar - I Love Fishing!

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Issue Number 5, May 2011:

White-Nose Syndrome Leaves a Trail of Devastation

Wildlife biologists are bracing for the worst in the face of this deadly disease.

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Issue Number 4, April 2011:

What is the Red Knot Telling Us?

Virginia's coast plays a crucial role in the migratory success of this beautiful sandpiper.

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Issue Number 4, April 2011:

James River Sturgeon

Reef builders on the James aim to accommodate a mighty fish.

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Issue Number 2, February 2011:

Big Cats in Virginia

The authors consider whether mountain lions have taken up residence here.

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Issue Number 2, February 2011:

From Substance to Sport, Part II

In part two, the author examines the forces that shaped hunting as a sport and the advent of game laws.

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Issue Number 1, January 2011:

From Substance to Sport, Part I

In part one of this series, the author examines how hunting and fishing evolved from the earliest days of colonial presence in Virginia.