"Natural wonders can be found all around the world, even close to home" states Maureen Frank, Graduate Student Wildland Resources.
- The Amazon in Your Backyard
- Searching for the Best Dog to Save Livestock — and Wildlife
- What's Up with That?: Tree Cities abound in Cache Valley
- USU Ecologist Honored for Wildlife Highway Crossing Research
- Student Researchers Share the Passion Behind Their Research at Ignite USU
- USU Quinney College of Natural Resources Honors Top Scholars
- Wild animals blamed for empty search for murderer's victim
- USU Wildlife Scientists Garner Top Awards at State Meeting
- On location with researchers; 4-year fawn survival study begins final year
- Available Graduate Assistantship
May 26, 2015
May 7, 2015
Can the right breed help keep both domestic animals and native carnivores alive?
May 4, 2015
Utah State University has also been designated a Tree Campus USA.
Apr 17, 2015
For more than a decade, Patty Cramer has worked with UDOT to improve the design, locations and effectiveness of Utah's wildlife crossings.
Apr 10, 2015
Among this year’s Ignite speakers is Maureen Frank, a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow from QCNR.
USU’s QCNR recognized outstanding students, faculty and staff at a March 28, 2015, awards banquet in the Stevenson Ballroom of the TSC on campus.
Apr 3, 2015
The reason was likely mountain lions or bears which frequent the area, David Stoner, a wildlife expert from USU, testified.
Apr 2, 2015
USU wildlife scientists were among the top honorees at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society March 18-20, in Moab, Utah.
Mar 9, 2015
Why is the mule deer population declining; and what roles do predators, and fawn survival, play in the equation?
Mar 3, 2015
The Wildland Resources Department is advertising for a MS Graduate Research Assistant to conduct research on elk management and brucellosis epidemiology