Dana Kobilinsky

COVID-19 lockdowns brought out the birds

Nicola Koper had been studying the impacts of human development and traffic on wildlife for decades, often creating manipulative experiments to test how noise affects different species. When COVID-19 lockdowns began, she realized, so did

Conservation News

Bird numbers change with the weather

Climate change — and the frequent and intense extreme weather it can bring —  influences some birds differently than others. In a study published in Global Change Biology, researchers tapped into a wealth of bird

Joshua Rapp Learn

Getting an early warning on invasive species

Environmental DNA samples and citizen science tools can provide wildlife managers early warnings about invasive species on the landscape. “Complete eradication of an invasive is unlikely after it’s well established and widespread,” said Eric Larson,