Sep 6, 2022
During a seven week summer program, Matthew Fancisco was immersed in the rich culture and biodiversity of Bhutan.
Jul 21, 2022
Findings from a new study indicate positive YouTube videos could be a useful tool for shark conservation.
May 11, 2022
This past April, NC State’s Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society, also known as the Leopold Wildlife Club, joined 16 other student chapters at the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave. The event, held…
Nov 17, 2022
Emily is a Master’s student in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology. Her thesis is focused on investigating the long-term decline of Henslow’s Sparrows (Centronyx henslowii) in North Carolina. The sparrow…
Jun 7, 2023
If I learned nothing else from my internship, I learned how little fisheries management has to do with fish. That might sound counterintuitive, but it is to an extent true.…
Mar 30, 2022
NC State students LP Mancini and Martina Nordstrand reflect on their recent study abroad trip in Ecuador as part of the FW405/595: Tropical Wildlife Ecology course.
Mar 28, 2022
NC State students traveled to South America over spring break to conduct wildlife research and more.
Mar 21, 2022
Preserving tree cover may be essential in helping the gray fox survive with coyotes in rural areas, according to a new study from NC State researchers.
Mar 9, 2022
In a three-year study at Fort Bragg, NC State researchers examined the relationships between the timing of prescribed fires, the risk of nest destruction and the predictors of nest site selection in the presence of prescribed fires.
Jan 26, 2022
Findings from the study could help researchers identify coastal landscapes in transition from forest to marsh or open water – and in need of help.