How Humans Affect Mammal Movement
NC State zoologist Roland Kays explains a new international study of the movements of 57 mammal species, from weasel-like fishers in Albany, New York, to maneless lions in Tsavo, Kenya.
Student Spotlight: Daniel Choi
Daniel Choi is a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major. He grew up in Fayetteville, N.C. with 7 siblings. One of his favorite things to do as a kid was to explore the acres of woods behind his grandparents’ house, […]
Student Spotlight: Jackie Hausle
Jackie Hausle is studying Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology. For as long as she can remember, she wanted to be a veterinarian. However, after attending a STEM-based boarding school in Durham, N.C., she discovered a love of ecology and field […]
Student Spotlight: Maria Paz Alvarez
Maria Paz Alvarez is originally from Concepcion, Chile, but moved to Raleigh, N.C. when she was eight years old. She spent a lot of time getting to know NC State since her father worked in the Department of Natural Sciences. […]
Student Spotlight: Edward Landi
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Edward Landi is a volunteer bird bander with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
Student Spotlight: Maureen Goretti
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Maureen Goretti spent a week in Costa Rica helping treat animal patients in a pop-up clinic through Vida Volunteer.
Forestry and Environmental Resources Spotlight: William Casola
Each month, the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources highlights a current student who represent the diverse and involved student population within the program. This month, September, the spotlight focuses on, William Casola. Name: William Casola Major: Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology Concentration: Conservation […]
Turtle Tracking Internship
By Daniel Guinto This past year I was an intern with the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission working on the Eastern Box Turtle Project. As part of this project we conducted active searches along transect lines in several one acre […]
Understanding Wildlife in Our Own Backyard – Piedmont Wildlife Center Internship
by Stephanie LaDue, FWCB Class of 2018 I have always loved animals and been interested in the preservation of endangered species. During the summer after my freshman year, I visited South Africa on a study abroad and fulfilled my dream […]
NC State Properties Key to Successful Birding Big Day
Twenty-four hours, 619 miles, and a lot of coffee add up to 159 bird species. That’s the final tally for the incredible number of bird species seen during the NC State Birding Big Day by graduate student Paul Taillie, undergraduate […]