Dana Kobilinsky

Study maps human-bear conflicts in Nevada

Researchers recently mapped hotspots for human-bear conflicts in the Great Basin using long-term data on bear mortality. Once gone from the Nevada landscape, black bears (Ursus americanus) have been gradually returning, and as their numbers

FYI News

Searches for conservation increase online

An analysis of Google searches suggests public interest in conservation is on the rise. Using an adapted version of Google Trends, Princeton University researchers found online interest in conservation topics, like “biodiversity” and “environmental protection,”

TWS News

TWS member solves mountain lion mysteries

This article originally appears in the University of Montana Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society September/October 2018 newsletter. TWS member Jennifer Feltner doesn’t dress like a stereotypical, wildlife biology grad student, wearing Carhartt pants or