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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 13, 2024

UN report finds a fifth of migratory species are at risk of extinction

Nearly half of species’ populations are declining

February 12, 2024

Tidal marsh sparrows lose unique genes

Adaptive traits have allowed the birds to survive a harsh environment

February 12, 2024

Scholars catalog Darwin’s library online

The effort includes 13,000 volumes, including books, pamphlets and journals

February 9, 2024

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service holds course on wolf protections

The Service also announced a national recovery plan for the species

February 9, 2024

17 elk added to WV herd

The translocations bring the state’s herd to 127

February 8, 2024

Mexico monarch numbers plunge

Biologists blame heat, drought and habitat loss

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February 8, 2024

TWS 2023: Lions carry a large parasite load

Researchers used metabarcoding to learn more about parasites in wild cats in West Africa

February 7, 2024

Digging into the science of snags

Standing dead trees are important components for wildlife

February 7, 2024

Rodenticides widespread in Italian wolf carcasses

Animals near cities had higher quantities of the pest-killing chemicals

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