FYI News

Mammals adapt to nightlife to avoid humans

Mammals are becoming more active during the night, researchers found. The reason? Humans. A study published in Science found that settlement, hunting or recreational activity have caused animal activity during the night to increase by

Conservation News

Don’t forget the soil fauna

When U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station research ecologist Mac Callaham and post-doctoral researcher David Coyle, D.B. Warnell School of Forest Resources, were teaching a class together at the University of Georgia, they decided to