Written by Matt Miller | July 13th, 2012
Roughly 9% of mammals will not be able to keep pace with a changing climate, according to a recent study. Find out why, and how the research might help improve conservation planning.
Written by Matt Miller | July 10th, 2012
Lesson from the Mojave energy boom: Give a raven a power line and he’ll be that much better at preying upon baby desert tortoises.
Written by Matt Miller | June 28th, 2012
Electrofishing is one of the best tools for fisheries biologists and conservationists studying anything fishy — the success of freshwater habitat restoration, migration routes, invasive species and more.
Written by Matt Miller | June 12th, 2012
Wind and solar offer the promise of a clean energy future. But can these renewables be developed without threatening wildlife and native habitats?
Written by Matt Miller | June 6th, 2012
We sat down with Dr. Kareiva to discuss his new paper published in the journal Nature, and the hope he sees in the daunting task of “rescaling civilization.”
Written by Matt Miller | May 29th, 2012
Could campaigns to eat kudzu or camels or iguanas actually have the reverse effect? Our blogger weighs the risks and benefits of eating invasives.
Written by Matt Miller | May 22nd, 2012
No touch sex? A mouth full of juniors? Appendages that double as fishing lures? Welcome to the weird, weird world of freshwater mussels.
Written by Matt Miller | May 15th, 2012
Learn how a low cost, low risk and low tech solution is helping move millions of Alabama shad over dams for spawning.
Written by Matt Miller | December 12th, 2011
It may be difficult to see the effects of climate change on your every day life. Of course, you don’t live on an island chain in the Pacific Ocean where the water is rising and the fish are disappearing.
Written by Matt Miller | July 12th, 2011
Our top summer book picks continue with Douglas Chadwick’s “The Wolverine Way”—a great read on the baddest mammal out there.