Posted on July 7, 2023
Less Elbow Room for Wildlife
Human presence and influence on landscapes change the way other animals interact by bringing them close together more frequently than happens in wilder places. […]
Posted on June 9, 2015
The Fox, the Coyote—and We Badgers
Growing populations of these animals on campus and in the city have inspired a new study aimed at living better together
Posted on June 18, 2013
Protecting our Pollinators
Bees, so crucial to our food supply, are dying off at alarming rates. CALS researchers are taking a close look at everything from the microbes in their hives to the landscapes they live in to identify in what conditions bees thrive.
Posted on October 12, 2012
Hunting for Beginners
By presenting a fresh vision of the sport to new audiences, a program aims to stem an alarming drop in hunters
Posted on June 2, 2012
Cranes in the Crosshairs
Rising numbers of sandhill cranes may make them a tempting target, but hunting could hurt the species’ genetic diversity
Posted on November 19, 2010
China: Following the Trail of Stress in Bears
China’s iconic bears are leaving behind signs for their own conservation.
Posted on July 21, 2010
Fish are good for you—except when they’re bad. How a legacy of environmental contamination continues to haunt one of our healthiest foods, and what we can do to fix it.
Posted on July 7, 2009
No More Free Lunch
Farmers annoyed by unlikely pest.
China: The Diet Secrets of a Shy Monkey
Researchers try to track and protect elusive monkey.
Rock the Boat
Songs strike a chord for invasive species prevention.
Posted on March 2, 2009
To Kill a Wolf
As brushes with wolves rise, wildlife experts weigh whether the best way to preserve wolves could include hunting them.
Posted on October 30, 2008
Into the Wild
Living closer to nature is the new American Dream, but are we loving nature to death? One CALS lab is showing just how far we’ve pushed the boundaries between us and the wilderness—and what it may cost us.
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