Koda and Whiskey were orphaned in March near Price and on Monday were released in central Utah.
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- USU Quinney Fellow's Arctic Research Featured in National Geographic News
- USU Wildlife Crossing Efforts Lauded by Federal Highway Administration
- Rangeland Ecologist Position Search
- Eight Aggies Honored in NSF Graduate Research Fellow Search
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- USU Professor Recognized for Military Service, Conservation Efforts
- Bird's Eye View: Karen Beard Leads NSF-funded Study of Effects of Trophic Mismatch in Alaska
- Goose Bumps: Water Fowl Aiding Polar Bear Survival Say USU Ecologists
Nov 11, 2013
Oct 31, 2013
To understand the issue on scientific terms, we spoke with Daniel MacNulty, a wildlife-ecology professor at USU who's been studying wolves in Yellowstone National Park for the past 18 years.
Oct 24, 2013
As Canada’s bears and waterfowl become more frequent, the pale bruins may depend more on the birds to supplement their diet states USU doctoral student David Iles and his faculty mentor David Koons.
Oct 17, 2013
A wildlife crossing project led by USU ecologist Patty Cramer garnered the Federal Highway Administration's top environmental research honor.
Oct 1, 2013
The Department of Wildland Resources invites applications for a nine-month tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level.
Sep 13, 2013
Aug 1, 2013
Terry Messmer was lauded in a recent letter from Utah Gov. Gary Hebert for his long-standing work in coordinating conservation of the state’s greater sage-grouse.
Jul 25, 2013
"This is a global phenomenon known as 'trophic mismatch,'" says Utah State University ecologist Karen Beard.
Jul 5, 2013
"What this tells us is polar bears may be adapting to climate change more successfully than previously thought," Dave Koons states.