To reassess current conservation efforts, researchers simulated the potential ranges of bird species on a landscape devoid of people
Mountain lions fear and avoid humans—even more so than we fear them. Researchers have now calculated the cost of that fear: drastically reduced home ranges
Elephants inhabit complicated and changing landscapes—and they have a knack for covering themselves with mud. Machine learning solves the problem.
After a Sweden company shut down tourist traffic to a bird watching island, an influx of eagles wreaked havoc on the murre breeding season
The work may guide selective breeding and other conservation efforts in the face of rapidly warming oceans