Brian Gerber has studied Javan rhinos, Madagascar carnivores and Sandhill cranes.
It is very hard to count small populations and characterize their distribution accurately. Nonetheless, scientists and the Indonesian government are forming a plan to rescue the imperiled Javan rhino.
A size 60 in jeans, Smokey Bear stacks up as one of the most recognized figures in the United States. And of course, it only makes sense that Smokey attends Warner College.
The Warner College of Natural Resources teaches a class called “Wildlife Data Collection and Analysis” that actually allows students to put collars on CSU squirrels to collect data.
A CSU-led research team found that noise pollution was twice as high as background sound levels in a majority of U.S. protected areas.
Using a new approach, CSU researchers discovered that the Glacier Bay sea otter population grew more than 21 percent per year between 1993 and 2012.
Two Colorado State University juniors were recently named finalists for a Truman Scholarship.
Colorado State University students in the Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology semester education abroad program at the CSU Todos Santos Center held a BioBlitz and wildlife biology festival for students within the local community.