Kansas State University researchers are using a bearcam at Katmai National Park to study human emotional connections with wildlife.
The Snapshot Wisconsin project looks to document wildlife around the state with more than 4,000 GPS-tagged cameras and satellite data.
University of Georgia scientists used remote cameras to confirm the presence of wildlife in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Woodrats find it harder to process creosote plants at higher temperatures. A tipping point seems to exist above which they will find it tough to thrive.
Researchers at Penn State University use GPS collars as deer trackers to study deer movements and how they affect forest health.
A new study shows guinea pigs have climate change figured out, according to a New Scientist article. A team of researchers from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research observed South American guinea pigs and found...
Boston University researchers use radio transmitter tags and specialized trapping techniques for tracking beavers throughout Boston’s Quabbin Reservoir.
Although monitoring bears using drones removes the disruptive presence of human researchers, it has one serious drawback: The drones stress the bears they are trying to study, according to a University of Minnesota investigation covered by Ars...
Radio tracking devices help reveal differences in the lifestyles of male and female Cooper’s Hawks.
A GPS collar tracking study shows how far damaging, invasive wild pigs range in Louisiana marshes, helping control crews with a daunting task.
Maize and other plants use toxins to repel insects and worms. But by monitoring a specific chemical inside a fall armyworm, researchers at the Max Plank Institute for Chemical Ecology discovered that the worm’s gut can chemically...