Check out the latest news and articles.
Posted on May 30, 2018
“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 April 16, 2018
Forest & Wildlife Ecology course makes the news
Posted on March 22, 2018
“Wildlife conservation has been at its strongest when hunters and non-hunters are allied together for wildlife,” says Adena Rissman, a professor in the Forest & […]
Posted on March 15, 2018
Posted on March 2, 2018
Loggers in Wisconsin prefer frozen ground, but lately it’s been a muddy mess.
Posted on March 1, 2018
Defying their wild instincts, red foxes and coyotes have learned to coexist in Madison
Posted on February 22, 2018
Jamie Nack, senior wildlife outreach specialist in the Forest & Wildlife Ecology Department, describes ways to get the next generation involved in nature.
Posted on January 4, 2018
Spotted-Owls may be experiencing an “extinction-debt” as a result of historical logging.
Your donations make a difference!
Posted on December 4, 2017
Stan Temple, Professor Emeritus in the Forest & Wildlife Ecology Department, describes the success story of sandhill crane conservation.