Posted on July 18, 2023
Members of F&WE helped offer Indigenous Field-Based Land Stewardship course
Members of F&WE, including Professor Anna Pidgeon and Forestry graduate student Angela Waupochik, collaborated with other instructors from other WI institutions to offer Indigenous Field-Based […]
Posted on August 8, 2022
Graduate Student Spotlight: Sam Helle
Sam Helle, Environment and Resources Ph.D. candidate advised by Dr. Tim Van Deelen in F&WE, has been researching social and ecological aspects of Bengal tiger […]
Posted on October 14, 2020
Human Influence on Carnivore Diets
F&WE researchers were featured in UW News article, ‘Carnivores living near people feast on human food, threatening ecosystems,’ by Eric Hamilton.
Posted on January 14, 2020
Bioacoustics – A Conservation Tool for Studying Birds
Read the full article in The Washington Post, by Anders Gyllenhaal, featuring researchers in F&WE.
Posted on November 3, 2018
Climate Change in Microcosm
How wild animals are struggling with and adapting to an environment in flux
Posted on August 29, 2018
Martens recolonized Isle Royale in the ’90s, showing island’s dynamism
“… even protected, isolated ecosystems can be resilient and are rarely static.”
Posted on May 30, 2018
Study bolsters bats’ reputation as mosquito devourers
“Our results show that bats eat more types of mosquitoes, and do so more frequently, than studies have shown in the past,” says Amy Wray.
- Posted on March 15, 2018
Posted on March 1, 2018
Urban foxes and coyotes learn to set aside their differences and coexist
Defying their wild instincts, red foxes and coyotes have learned to coexist in Madison
Posted on January 4, 2018
UW–Madison retains 6th place in national research ranking
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