Geographical Location: Northwest

Anna Brose holds a bison skull in Yellowstone National Park while doing telemetry checks on collared bison in the park in 2017.
March 21, 2023

Wildlife Vocalizations: Anna Brose

Anna Brose shares the excitement and enthusiasm that pushes her past the road bumps she may encounter

March 16, 2023

Searching new terrain for an endangered alpine fox

California researchers will use noninvasive techniques to learn about the Sierra Nevada red fox

March 15, 2023

WSB: Spray can help keep the polar bears away

Researchers examined historical records to determine how effective bear spray is on polar bears

March 3, 2023

Wild Cam: When humans are away, Glacier wildlife strays

The COVID-19 shutdown provided a natural experiment to understand wildlife behavior in Glacier National Park

February 24, 2023

Watch: Boosting bighorn numbers in Oregon

Biologists are monitoring an important California bighorn sheep population

October 3, 2022

JWM: Snowy weather affects mule deer survival in the winter

In northwest Montana, mule deer face snowy conditions that impact what they eat and how well they survive the region’s cold winters. Some subpopulations are partially migratory. They forage abundant,...

September 22, 2022

Travel grant recipients prepare for exciting conference

Fourteen students and early career professionals have received travel grants to attend the upcoming annual TWS conference in Spokane, Washington, many of whom have never attended a TWS conference in...

September 19, 2022

Q&A: Can hunters help monitor scavengers?

A video of bobcats and coyotes tearing into a bloody, rotting carcass isn’t usually inspirational. But when researchers Katharine Stone and Michael McTee were looking to learn more about the...

September 16, 2022

Watch: New wolves ID’d in Oregon

Oregon wildlife officials have identified a new group of gray wolves (Canis lupus) in the state—the third known group in the northern Cascades. “Two wolves were first found in December...

August 19, 2022

TWS2021: Katmai wolves prey on sea otters

The mountains and oceans surrounding Katmai National Park and Preserve keep it isolated from much of the rest of Alaska. The geography makes for a scenic view, but it also...