USU Extension wildlife specialist, Terry Messmer, was among dignitaries invited to participate in the signing ceremony at the state capitol in Salt Lake City.
- Gov. Herbert Signs Order to Protect Sage-grouse, Praises USU Efforts
- USU Undergrad Captures Top Award at International Range Science Meet
- USU Range Science Students Excel in Range Management Meeting Competition
- Bison Not Cattle's Top Competitor for Range Forage, say USU Scientists
- USU Inaugural Professor Recounts 30 Years of 'Chasing Cats and Dogs'
- A case of mistaken identity: wolves and coyotes
- Oh, Deer! USU Students Exploring Solutions for Human-Wildlife Conflicts
- Zimbabwe's Reported Plan to Export Baby Elephants Raises Outcry Against Animal Trade
- Holiday Cheer: Free Online Access for Sage-Grouse Forum Proceedings
- USU Inaugural Professor says "Don't Believe You Can't Save the World"
Feb 12, 2015
USU undergraduate Morgan Hughes placed first in the International Society for Range Management’s Undergraduate Range Management Exam.
Feb 6, 2015
WILD students competed earlier this week in the Society for Range Management meeting in Sacramento, CA.
Jan 29, 2015
If bison lumber through a patch of rangeland, you’ll know it, says Utah State University ecologist Dustin Ranglack. A mature bull, after all, often weighs a ton.
Among the first books USU wildlife biologist Eric Gese acquired for his personal library was The Voice of the Coyote by Texan folklorist J. Frank Dobie.
Jan 13, 2015
After studying wolves for two decades, MacNulty understands how people can mistake coyotes for wolves and vice versa.
Jan 9, 2015
Over-abundant urban deer populations are becoming an increasing concern in Cache Valley.
Jan 8, 2015
For elephants, being held captive in a circus or in zoos is a fate worse than death.
Dec 15, 2014
Due to unprecedented demand, USU is making the recorded proceedings of the International Sage-grouse Forum, held Nov. 13-14, 2014, in SLC, available online to the public, free of charge.
Nov 20, 2014
Utah State University professor Karen Beard believes every research project you pursue should have people asking, “You did what?!?”