Dana Kobilinsky

A peek into the lives of Canada lynx

Using Fitbit-like devices and sound recorders, researchers have found more information about the hunting behavior of a cryptic species that’s difficult to observe. Allyson Menzies was a PhD student at McGill University on a project

TWS Wildlife News

Narwhals increasingly exposed to mercury

Narwhal tusks can tell researchers a lot about the marine mammals’ feeding habits and exposure to dangerous chemicals. “They’re kind of like tree rings,” said Jean-Pierre Desforges, a postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University. “As