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Will you see wildlife crossings on your vacation?

Where are you going for summer vacation?  It is now officially summer and that means many Americans are packing up the family truckster like the Griswolds and taking the tribe …

Pronghorn Xing: a Two-Pronged Approach

Vehicle collisions, especially in Montana, have become an accepted part of the lifestyle of living in the West. It’s doubtful one could meet a person anywhere here that doesn’t have …

Can we save songbirds with … tax policy?

Climate change is one of the biggest threats to wildlife, exacerbating the habitat loss and increase in invasive species and wildlife disease that threaten many species across the country. Further, …

How did the deer, pronghorn and elk cross the road?

Wildlife crossings are an important investment that can protect people and wildlife, and now we have a chance to fund these projects through the Surface Transportation Bill. This work consists …

Could Climate Change Affect the Future of Baseball?

5 Species that Need the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

Buffalo: The Drumbeat of a People

The Future of Campus Life: Learn How Campuses are reducing plastics and other waste

In the recent report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) released in May, shocking news was shared about the health of the world’s wildlife populations …

How Delayed Restoration of America’s Everglades Threatens Florida Bay’s Wildlife

The flat, crystal clear water between the southern tip of Florida and the Florida Keys is called Florida Bay, where fresh water from America’s Everglades mingles with the salty Gulf …

loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings

Wildlife Calm in the Storm

At the McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge in coastal southeast Texas, a three-mile stretch of restored dunes and renourished beaches held up to the battering winds and torrential rains of Hurricane …

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