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WM: Over three decades, a lost landscape is restored and researchers’ lives are transformed

When deer were removed from a Lake Erie sand spit, the vegetation rebounded

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February 20, 2024

Arctic gulls choose fast food over organic meals

Researchers turned to machine learning to find out where short-billed gulls were showing up in Fairbanks, Alaska

February 16, 2024

WM: Over three decades, a lost landscape is restored and researchers’ lives are transformed

When deer were removed from a Lake Erie sand spit, the vegetation rebounded

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February 20, 2024

Arctic gulls choose fast food over organic meals

Researchers turned to machine learning to find out where short-billed gulls were showing up in Fairbanks, Alaska

February 15, 2024

Q&A: A little flexibility can stretch conservation dollars

Researchers say rigid funding rules can be a setback to conservation

February 12, 2024

Tidal marsh sparrows lose unique genes

Adaptive traits have allowed the birds to survive a harsh environment

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February 1, 2024

Bird feathers shed insight into renewable energy casualties

Using stable isotope analysis, researchers can find the origin of birds that died at wind and solar facilities

January 29, 2024

In the tropics, climate change puts cold-blooded species at risk

Tropical reptiles, amphibians and insects can’t take much more heat

January 25, 2024

AI can help track manatees

Manatee counts can provide a proactive way to help struggling manatee populations

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January 17, 2024

Drones and AI can improve wildlife monitoring efforts in Botswana

A view from above can help tackle alternative methods for wildlife population counts including black and white rhinos

January 16, 2024

TWS 2023: Helping return eastern box turtles to the wild

Disease can complicate relocating turtles seized from the wildlife trade

January 11, 2024

Which species will invade Florida next?

Researchers explored species around the world that could get a foothold in the state