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WM: Proper planning can aid waterfowl in Canada’s ‘duck factory’

Decades of research offer guidance in the Prairie Pothole Region

Read Now May 17, 2023
June 6, 2023

Small surveys can give a big picture

Researchers looked at key interactions to gauge the health of the ecosystem

June 6, 2023

TWS2022: Backcountry skiing pushes out endangered bighorns

Bighorns avoid backcountry ski areas during the winter

June 5, 2023

Air samples offer a snapshot of biodiversity on the ground

Could air quality monitors in place around the world provide a global check-up?

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April 26, 2023

Unusual outbreak raises questions about SARS-CoV-2 in wildlife

Researchers believe an animal infected mink in Poland with an old strain of the virus

April 25, 2023

What’s in a name?

Could naming animals boost public support for conservation?

April 21, 2023

Lion confirmed in region of Chad after two-decade absence

Adult female appears healthy, and may have crossed the border from Cameroon

April 20, 2023

Protein boost fuels songbirds’ long migration

Recent findings upend the previous understanding of how songbirds make such long journeys

April 19, 2023

Groups fund nearly $4 million in Utah conservation projects

The highest funding went to the Utah Wildlife Migration Initiative

April 18, 2023

Report: Nearly half of North American bat species face steep declines

The State of the Bats in North America report documents threats facing bats across the continent

April 17, 2023

Joint effort reduces invasive bullfrogs in BC

The three-year project sought to protect the endangered northern leopard frog

April 14, 2023

Watch: Improving habitat connectivity in California

A new report seeks to make roads less of a barrier to wildlife

April 12, 2023

Fungus that causes white-nose syndrome found in British Columbia

Officials are now keeping an eye out for signs of the disease in bats