Millions of Americans are traveling this summer as pandemic restrictions wind down.
Theresa Laverty conducted research in the middle of the night with some of the world’s largest mammals.
An anonymous donor has committed $1 million to support CSU's Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence, advancing its mission to minimize conflict between humans and carnivores through research, education and outreach.
The Colorado research project has involved over 100 CSU undergrad and graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers.
Joel Berger and George Wittemyer are part of an international team that will create the first-ever global atlas of hooved mammal migrations.
The team said that a mere 10 nights of action would be required to reduce risk to 50% of avian migrants.
African elephants have suffered dramatic population declines, and their range has shrunk to 17% of what it could be.
As part of the learning process, there’s a lot of “unlearning” involved about assumptions that students have been taught in history and other classes.
An international conservation organization has changed its listing from “vulnerable” for all African elephants to “endangered” for savanna elephants and “critically endangered” for forest elephants.