Land Wildlife Biologist articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/04/23 15:05
2014/04/23 15:05
10h
... during a public program Tuesday, April 22. "Ungulate migrations require vast, wide-open landscapes, and they are part of what makes Wyoming one of the few truly wild places in the West,"...
2014/04/23 15:05
2014/04/23 15:05
Latest videos
2014/04/23 02:40
2014/04/23 02:40
22h
... and walruses, rising sea temperatures usually mean a disappearing home. But John Pearce, a biologist for the US Geological Survey in Anchorage, says that’s not always the case. “We really...
2014/04/22 18:18
2014/04/22 18:18
1d
... by yet more special interest groups into even more restrictive management of our public lands. The so-called “wildlife management emphasis area” is just another step toward keeping...
2014/04/22 14:39
2014/04/22 14:39
1d
... of mule deer: a twice-yearly migration of 150 miles (240 kilometers), longer than any other land animal in the lower 48 states. In this great migration, several hundred deer travel across...
2014/04/22 10:29
2014/04/22 10:29
1d
... bottle, saving millions of pounds of glass every year. Delicato Family Vineyards, with land in the Napa Valley, Monterey and Manteca, are masters of drip irrigation, composting and the...
2014/04/21 23:57
2014/04/21 23:57
2d
... to help the endangered species. The money comes from the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife's Fisheries Restoration grant program. In all, $525,307 in grants were issued earlier this...
2014/04/21 20:50
2014/04/21 20:50
2d
... of Yellowstone National Park into forested mountains and high meadows. They dot the landscape near Cody, Jackson and portions of Idaho and Montana. They spend the winter scraping by on...
2014/04/20 03:43
2014/04/20 03:43
3d
... problem seen throughout the United States. “We’ve already got more deer than the land can support,” said Gary Alt, a wildlife biologist now based in California who reduced...
2014/04/19 15:49
2014/04/19 15:49
4d
PixController Inc. eagles' nest cam, broadcasting online since Dec. 20, and an osprey cam near Portland, Northampton County, are part of a pilot project involving the company and the Pennsylvania...
2014/04/19 00:33
2014/04/19 00:33
5d
... so panthers can re-colonize some original turf and not die out in their current range?" The wildlife agencies know from studies that Puma concolor coryi has no long-term viability if squashed...
2014/04/18 09:49
2014/04/18 09:49
5d
It is an easy 1/4-mile hike to see the rare Baker Cypress trees and wander around the rocky scablands, vernally wet meadows and conifer stands. Elevation is about 4,000, feet and there will be...
2014/04/17 22:39
2014/04/17 22:39
6d
... our science, our policy and our education team work to come up with solutions to protect our land, water and wildlife," said Conservancy President Rob Moher. The new Environmental Planning...
2014/04/17 17:18
2014/04/17 17:18
6d
Saving the Lesser Prairie Chicken: What Landowners Should Know The recent U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announcement, listing the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened species, brings to mind how...
2014/04/17 15:50
2014/04/17 15:50
6d
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding people to leave young wildlife alone. Human encounters with young animals often increase in the spring, when many species bear young. Handling,...
2014/04/17 15:41
2014/04/17 15:41
6d
... overwhelming as the heat. Signs of life come as a surprise in this sun-blasted, wind-scoured landscape. Peering through binoculars, I at first see just barren rock rising in ranks of mountains....
2014/04/17 13:57
2014/04/17 13:57
6d
... carpet or signing a sexy 8-by-10. While she may be the star of a TV show, Oakley prefers her wildlife on the hoof.Hanging out of a helicopter trying to dart a bison, performing a C-section on a...
2014/04/16 15:12
2014/04/16 15:12
7d
... on a field trip sponsored by a local timber producer, those attending listened as a wildlife biologist explained that they used to think about habitat management in relation to...
2014/04/16 06:48
2014/04/16 06:48
7d
... river, if we drove a thousand miles downstream, it would be dry.” Traveling through an arid landscape susceptible to drought, the Rio Grande has often flowed in fits and starts. But until its...
2014/04/15 17:59
2014/04/15 17:59
8d
... then released in a showdown with angry protesters over a decades-long dispute about rangeland rights. U.S. Bureau of Land Management Director Neil Kornze said the agency backed offto avoid...
2014/04/14 13:45
2014/04/14 13:45
9d
... made his living handling and monitoring critters ranging from butterflies to moose. The wildlife biologist is retiring after 21 years with the Washington Department of Fish and...
2014/04/23 15:05
2014/04/23 15:05
Latest from Twitter