Journey to Musiamunat: Trekking into the Adelbert Mountains

Follow Conservancy scientists on a three-day trek into Papua New Guinea’s Adelbert Mountains, one of the most remote and hard-to-access places that the Conservancy works.

Justine E. Hausheer

Bioacoustics for Conservation Land-Use Planning

Conservancy scientists are using innovative acoustic sampling data to inform conservation land use planning in Papua New Guinea’s rainforests.

Justine E. Hausheer

Eavesdropping on the Sounds of the Rainforest

Nature Conservancy scientists venture deep into the mountains of Papua New Guinea to record the soundscape of the forest, gathering biodiversity data for conservation land-use planning.

Justine E. Hausheer

Camera Trap Meets Studio Lighting: Stunning Images and the Story Behind Them

Camera traps provide important scientific evidence of creatures that we seldom see, but the usual camera trap pictures are not quality wildlife art. Enter Jonny Armstrong.

Matthew L. Miller

Wolf? Coyote? Coywolf? Understanding Wolf Hybrids Just Got a Bit Easier

Gray wolf, red wolf, coywolf, coydog. Wild canine taxonomy can be confusing -- and often comes with a heavy helping of folklore. But what does the science really say?

Matthew L. Miller

Blood, Birds, and Ticks

Using data from the Mad Island Marsh bird hotspot, researchers are studying the ticks and tick-borne pathogens birds carry to the United States.

Justine E. Hausheer

The Great Turkey Shuffle: How Restoration Has Changed Gobbler Genetics

When reintroducing wild turkeys across the United States, conservationists paid little attention to turkey subspecies. Today, determining turkey subspecies can require the skills of a wildlife CSI team. What does this mean for turkey genetics -- and future conservation?

Joe Smith

Infrared Technology for Wildlife Conservation

Infrared enables us to see minor variations in temperature, even from a distance or at night. See how this technology is revolutionizing conservation science.

Matthew L. Miller

Bison Return to Nachusa: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Reintroduction

Join our behind-the-scenes look at the science, restoration and planning necessary for a successful bison reintroduction.

Matthew L. Miller

Innovation: Drone Mapping of Coral Reefs and the Coastal Zone

Join the Conservancy's Steve Schill and an enterprising student in northern Haiti as they use an amphibious drone to monitor marine habitats -- above and below water.

Steve Schill

Grouse Robot: Remote-Controlled Bird Assists Conservation

A grouse robot? You bet. And no, it's not a gimmick. On the sagebrush plains of Wyoming, researchers are deploying the fake birds to study how males react to females -- and helping to protect the species in the process.

Holly Copeland

Of Drones and Cranes: UAV Technology Aids California Bird Conservation

Sandhill Cranes congregate in great numbers at night, crowded together in flooded fields. How can California conservationists accurately count them. Enter a new tool in bird monitoring: the drone.

Matt Merrifield and Rodd Kelsey