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NC State Student Ben Zino is Promoting Wildlife Conservation, One Video at a Time, College of Natural Resources, Ben Zino, feature

Apr 13, 2021

Ben Zino is Promoting Wildlife Conservation One Video at a Time

With over 23,000 subscribers, Ben Zino's YouTube channel is inspiring others to support wildlife conservation. 

A Neuse River Waterdog salamander resting on rocks at the bottom of a stream.

Apr 1, 2021

North Carolina’s Rarest Salamander is Going Extinct. These Researchers Are Trying to Save It.

The Neuse River Waterdog has experienced significant population declines across eastern North Carolina. 

A citizen science study helped researchers capture wildlife images.

Mar 4, 2021

Citizen Science Study Captures 2.2M Wildlife Images in North Carolina

The photos will be used for multiple research projects to answer questions about wildlife abundance, reproduction and other questions. 

White-tailed deer

Feb 24, 2021

The Role of Hunting in Wildlife Conservation, Explained

In addition to providing funding for state agencies that help conserve habitat, hunters also play an active role in wildlife management activities. 

Deja Perkins with Barn Swallow bird - Graduation to Vocation: Connecting Environmental Justice and Birding - College of Natural Resources NC State University

Nov 24, 2020

Graduation to Vocation: Connecting Environmental Justice and Birding

Deja Perkins explores how environmental and social justice impacts birding and wildlife. 

Northern saw-whet owl - No, You Won't Find Any Owls Hiding in Your Christmas Tree - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Nov 20, 2020

No, You Won’t Find Any Owls Hiding in Your Christmas Tree

Although many owls roost in evergreen trees during the winter, they usually fly away when disturbed. 

Wild turkey - Talking Turkey: How the Bird Made a Comeback in North Carolina - - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Nov 19, 2020

Talking Turkey: How the Bird Made a Comeback in North Carolina

An estimated 270,000 turkeys can be found in the forests of North Carolina. 

NC State Student David Moscicki Monitors Wild Turkey Populations to Improve Management, College of Natural Resources, David Moscicki, feature

Nov 19, 2020

NC State Student David Moscicki Monitors Wild Turkey Populations to Improve Management

His team's research will inform future hunter harvest and habitat management in North Carolina. 

Wolf Statue - Meet the College of Natural Resources’ 2020-2021 Global Change Fellows, College of Natural Resources, Wolf Plaza, feature - - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Nov 18, 2020

Meet Our 2020-2021 Global Change Fellows

These graduate students are helping solve global problems through multidisciplinary research. 

Kathryn Jewell Portrait in Front of Flowers -Global Change Fellow Kathryn Jewell Wants to Increase Collaboration in Wildlife Conservation - - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Nov 13, 2020

Global Change Fellow Kathryn Jewell Wants to Increase Collaboration in Wildlife Conservation

Jewell is a master's student studying fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. Her research focuses on the human dimensions of wildlife management, with a goal of increasing collaboration in solving wildlife conservation challenges.