“We’re interested in understanding how wolves are affecting the numbers of elk (in Yellowstone National Park) and how that changes over time,” says MacNulty in the 4-minute video.
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Sep 3, 2015
Sep 1, 2015
MacNulty and his team are hot on the trail of the wolves' primary prey -- elk.
Aug 24, 2015
"Cougars are not simply animals, there's a cost to having them in our wildlife communities," states Dave Stoner, Utah State University researcher.
This conference will bring together leading experts, land managers, and scientists for a two-day discussion on the topic "Restoration and Fire in the Interior West."
Aug 12, 2015
In a YouTube video Lise Aubry discusses how climate change is impacting hibernating species like the Uinta ground squirrel.
Jul 27, 2015
I'm honored to receive this award on behalf of my CBCP colleagues," says Terry Messmer, USU Extension Wildlife Specialist.
Jun 22, 2015
Usually people are told to stay as far away as possible from a moose. But a select few people in Utah have a goal of getting as close to moose as possible -- because it's their job.
While we need not fear bats themselves, there are things we can do to avoid contracting diseases from them.
Jun 12, 2015
Mike Kuhns cited a study that suggests trees planted along curbs slow traffic and reduce crashes.
Dan MacNulty, assistant professor in USU's Department of Wildland Resources has been involved with the Yellowstone Wolf Project since its 1995 inception.