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Important habitat for the threatened Mexican Spotted Owl was destroyed in wildfires that ravaged more than 60% of the  Bandalier National Monument in New Mexico during the summer of 2011. The new technical input report features a case study of this fire and how it affected ecosystem services. Image source: Flickr (Lincoln Wildlife Crew-2008)

New Report on Climate Change and Wildlife

8/15/2012 // By Amanda Staudt

  A new report that brings together recent research on how climate change is affecting plants, animals, and habitats in the United States confirms what we already suspected: the changes are happening faster than previously thought, with more compelling evidence […] Read more >

Steve Schneider, We Will Miss You

7/20/2010 // By Larry Schweiger

By Larry J. Schweiger I was very saddened to hear that my friend and colleague Steve Schneider unexpectedly passed yesterday.  I last saw Steve and his wife Terry Root in Copenhagen in December when Steve and I were speaking on […] Read more >