Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientists use TurtleCam underwater cameras and an autonomous vehicle to follow leatherback turtles.
Autonomous robots deployed by scientists at University of California, Davis, are studying marine larvae movement and answering long-held questions.
Kansas State University researchers are using a bearcam at Katmai National Park to study human emotional connections with wildlife.
Buoy-attached tech developed at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is helping to spot threatened baleen whales in the New York Bight.
Scientists have long known that great frigate birds can fly for days at a time. But thanks to a recent investigation completed by researchers at the French National Center for Scientific Research, we now know that frigates...
A recent Clemson University study acknowledges a problem species may face more and more as climate continues to change and the seas continue to rise: the inability to escape rising waters due to encroaching urban areas. Populations...
Virginia Institute of Marine Science investigators study sea turtle mortality by mounting GPS units on turtle carcasses deployed in Chesapeake Bay.
Scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara, use acoustic cameras to assess shark populations near Palmyra Atoll over a month period.
The Snapshot Wisconsin project looks to document wildlife around the state with more than 4,000 GPS-tagged cameras and satellite data.
Penn State University researchers use a GIS approach to help protect elephants in Kenya from poachers.
A few years ago, eight to nine wolves roamed Lake Superior’s Isle Royale. But last year, their populations dwindled to just three. This year, it seems there are just two left, according to a post in Science...
University of Georgia scientists used remote cameras to confirm the presence of wildlife in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Drones are being used for a lot of things these days, so why can’t they help out researchers looking to learn more about wildlife? A study from Australia’s Monash University has found that drones, despite making some...
Acoustic meters help University of California, Santa Cruz, researchers monitor calls of endangered marbled murrelets with a goal of reducing survey costs.
Isla Guadalupe, a remote and volcanic island south of the Mexican State of Baja, used to have a big problem with invasive goats, according to a release from Bowdoin College. But thanks to some inventive techniques, the...
University of Washington scientists lead a satellite tagging effort to track the movements of hard-to-spot beluga whales.
Researchers at Penn State University use GPS collars as deer trackers to study deer movements and how they affect forest health.
New Mexico State University researchers use satellite tracking tags to study sandhill crane ecology at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.
Using digital acoustic recording tags, a study led by University of Washington finds noise affecting orcas is mostly owed to nearby vessel speeds.
Pollinators are important for food production all over the world. In the U.S., it’s estimated that $3 billion of the agricultural economy depends on the services of creatures like butterflies, bats and bees to pollinate and grow...